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British Columbia Recycles Its 15 Billionth Beverage Container at Encorp Pacific's 20th Anniversary Event
"This is a British Columbia success story about what can happen when we all work together for the greater good of the environment," says Mary Polak, Minister of Environment. "A big congratulations to Encorp Pacific for the progress they've made, and to all British Columbians who have helped reach this milestone."
EDITORIAL: Harvesting innovation in Nova Scotia
This harvest of success, which has expanded in recent years, includes everything from craft beers and various wines to cold-pressed pumpkin oil and pears grown in brandy bottles on trees.
B.C wine industry targets Alberta consumer for growth
Although beer remains the top choice for Albertans with just over $1 billion in sales in 2013, wine sales overall jumped by 11 per cent last year - the highest hike in the country and more than double the national average - to $614.2 million, according to Statistics Canada.
Top 10 fall wine getaways in Canada
Enjoy gorgeous fall foliage across Canada while savouring the country's best wines on an autumn wine tour.
Beer store meeting prompts words of sadness and caution from Iqaluit elders
A public meeting in Iqaluit last night to talk about opening a beer and wine store was a sobering one, with lengthy testimonies from elders about the harms of alcohol. Some said Iqaluit's last liquor store 40 years ago was the pilot program, and it failed.
Ontario Protectionism Hurts BC Wine Sales
While B.C. has encouraged open exchange with Ontario and other provinces, allowing B.C. residents to purchase Ontario wine, Ontario hasn't been so quick to reciprocate, even though Ontario wineries have gone on the record in support of opening provincial borders for wine sales.
Canadian town votes on 100-year-old booze ban
A Canadian town where the sale of alcohol has been illegal for the last 109 years is to vote on its reintroduction.
Town votes to keep 100-year-old booze ban
A Canadian town has overwhelmingly voted in favour of keeping a 100-year-old ban on the sale of alcohol.
Wines of British Columbia Expands U.S. Reach with Whole Foods Market Partnership in the Pacific Northwest
Starting Oct. 1, eight hand-selected BC VQA wines will be available for purchase at 15 Whole Foods Market stores across Washington and Oregon.
Huron County Preparing For Wine Industry
Plans for Dark Horse Estate Winery were unveiled at a special ceremony at the Huron Country Playhouse in South Huron. Construction is expected to start next year, and the goal is to have the winery open in the spring of 2016.
Premier Christy Clark Honours an Okanagan Wine with Best in B.C. Award
Out of 540 entries, an Okanagan wine has won the prestigious Premier Wine Award, being recognized as the best in the province.
Icon Fuels Growth in Western Canada with Acquisition of Free House Wine + Spirits
Jay Garnett, CEO of Icon Fine Wine & Spirits, announced the acquisition of Free House Wine + Spirits Ltd. The deal brings together two of Western Canada's most dynamic boutique wine and spirits import companies and positions Icon as one of the country's top mid-sized agencies.
What's new at the LCBO - The fall line up (Blog)
The wines on the shelves at the LCBO are constantly changing and I am tasting the new ones all the time. Many favourites are always there but the range and variety is gradually being updated.
Whole Foods Market's Exclusive Partnership with Wines of British Columbia Brings Selection of Canadian Wines to Local Stores
This new wine program offers a selection of red and white wines, at a variety of price points, curated by Erez Klein, Whole Foods Market Wine Buyer of the Pacific Northwest region.
Okanagan Wine Festivals' BC Wine Awards Finds New Judging Home
The 2015 B.C. Wine Awards will be judged at the new B.C. Wine Information Society Sensory Centre at the Penticton campus of Okanagan College.
BC wine sensory centre opens
There was a good turnout for the official opening of the BC Wine Information Society Sensory Centre at Okanagan College's Penticton campus on Wednesday.
Opinion: BC wine business receives boost from Clark
The annual meeting of Canada's premiers at the Council of the Federation conference in Charlottetown recently was dominated by the topic of interprovincial trade.
Fort Berens Opens New Winery
On September 18, Fort Berens Estate Winery held an official grand opening ceremony to celebrate the opening of their new winery building. To mark this key milestone, Hugh Agro, Heleen Pannekoek and Rolf de Bruin, on behalf of the entire ownership team, raised a new flag at their new winery. Dignitaries, media, staff and key supporters were in attendance for the special ceremony.
Township 7 recruits winemaker from Canadian giant Peller
Township 7 Vineyards and Winery plans to make sparkling wine a focus, which led the Naramata Bench brand to hire Ontario winemaker Mary McDermott from Canadian wine giant Andrew Peller Ltd.
Nova Scotia grape growers predict quality, not quantity
Nova Scotia grape growers are expecting a good quality crop this year, but volume may be down after an unusually cold winter, some spring frosts and an early-summer post-tropical storm
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