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Island Nature Trust teams up with P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission
Island Nature Trust works to protect wildlife habitat in P.E.I. and Thursday, the group announced a five-year partnership with the P.E.I Liquor Control Commission.
Canadian Winemaking Goes Truly Bicoastal
Owner of Jost Vineyards to launch first grape winery in Newfoundland
Constellation Explores IPO for Part of Canadian Wine Business
Constellation Brands Inc. is exploring an initial public offering of some of its Canadian wine business, a move that would tilt the beverage company's remaining brand portfolio even more heavily toward beer.
Booze buying costlier in NL than most provinces
This week's price hike by the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation will help reduce the provincial deficit, but it means you pay more for beer, wine and spirits than most Canadians.
Starbucks Is Going to Sell Booze in Canada
Canadians will soon be able to get an alcoholic beverage to go along with their latte at Starbucks, as the coffee giant is going to start selling wine, craft beer and cider in its Toronto locations.
What attendees thought of Canada's first ladies-only beer festival
On Friday, the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies hosted Canada's first ladies-only craft beer festival at the Evergreen Brick Works. While SOBDL's smaller monthly events are always popular, this particular one sold out just 36 hours after it was announced. With close to 20 craft-brewing companies and several food trucks on site, the visitors had plenty to keep their palates happy while playing Ping-Pong or warming up by a campfire. We asked them about their drinking habits, and why they think female-focused beer events matter.
BC wine industry contributes $2B a year to province's economy
In 2003, B.C. was home to just 81 wineries. Now, the province has 273 wineries and over 900 vineyards, creating about 10,000 jobs in the wine and grape industry, and contributing around $2 billion dollars per year to B.C.'s economy.
BC Wine Industry Celebrates One Year of BC VQA Wine on Grocery Store Shelves
Today BC's Wine Industry reflects on the incredible advances that wine-in-grocery has made since the Province of BC's new liquor regulations took effect one year ago, following the government's province-wide Liquor Policy Review allowing 100 per cent BC Wines (BC VQA) to be sold on grocery store shelves for the first time.
On the rocky shores of Nova Scotia, Canada's next great wine region
Winemakers in the lush heartland of Nova Scotia's wine industry, the Annapolis Valley, are embracing what might appear as an impossible set of conditions - cool temperatures and rocky, acidic soil - to create award-winning white and sparkling wines that are capturing international attention.
Church & State wants to raise the bar for B.C. wines
Many wineries in Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country are family operations, but the Pullens go even further, bringing in cousins and uncles to work every once in a while. Perhaps that's because they also operate a winery in Victoria in addition to the winery and 48-hectare vineyard on the edge of Coyote Bowl in the South Okanagan.
ICCWS organisers expecting a sellout
Tickets to this year's International Cool Climate Wine Symposium are expected to sell out "well in advance of the event", organisers have warned.
Canada's next great wine region: Nova Scotia
Winemakers in the lush heartland of Nova Scotia's wine industry, the Annapolis Valley, are embracing what might appear as an impossible set of conditions - cool temperatures and rocky, acidic soil - to create award-winning white and sparkling wines that are capturing international attention.
Shores of Erie wine festival cancelled for another year
The festival corporation still faces liquor license charges in relation to the death of 18-year-old Emily Bernauer. A trial date has been set for Nov. 3 and Nov. 4.
Wine lab being developed at Acadia University
Nova Scotia's growing wine industry won't have to wait for laboratory results from Quebec and Ontario in a few months.
Osoyoos house built in 1882 to be demolished for new winery
Some pieces from the old home may be used in the new building says owner Ricky Dhaliwal
Marselan: orphan grape variety in the Okanagan
A 2013 Marselan was produced by Montakarn Estate Winery near Oliver. The winery released it last year and still has some available. There is no 2014 nor 2015 and the odds against a 2016 Marselan are very long.
Canada's Wine Industry Eyes Fresh Investment
New government pledges to provide millions in funding for the nation's agricultural research stations
A glass of wine a day won't keep the doctor at bay, finds B.C. study
A new University of Victoria-led study has found no health benefits from moderate drinking.
B.C. and Oliver partner on irrigation repair to keep agriculture economy flowing
The project will repair a section of pipe near Gallagher Lake that was damaged by a January rock slide to ensure the Town of Oliver, the Osoyoos Indian Band, and about 400 farmers in the Regional District of the Okanagan Similkameen (RDOS) have reliable access to irrigated water.
Wine: The good and the bad news about supermarket wine sales
By the end of the year, 70 supermarkets will be licensed to sell wine, and others will go on stream next year until a projected 300 stores are selling wine by 2025. I suspect that after a couple of years the system will open up completely.
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