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11/30/21
CCOVI research looks to specialized camera technology for early detection of grapevine viruses
A new research project is investigating the use of a hand-held hyperspectral imaging system to detect Grapevine Red Blotch Virus and Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 in young and asymptomatic grapevines.
11/29/21
Canada releases 50 million pounds from maple syrup reserve amid global shortage
The Quebec Maple Syrup Producers is a government-sponsored cartel that controls some 70 percent of the world's maple syrup supply and is sometimes compared to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' grip on oil.
11/29/21
For wine, consider the Okanagan instead of Napa Valley - The Washington Post - paywall
Plucky Napa pinned its place on the global wine map by beating French wines in blind tastings at the 1976 Judgment of Paris. To say this was unexpected is an understatement, and it proved to be a ...
11/23/21
Supply-chain disruption highlights B.C. wine-delivery red tape
B.C. winery owners want permanent change to be able to deliver wine directly to consumers from off-site warehouses
11/23/21
'Parade of storms' heading for B.C., including 2 more atmospheric rivers: Environment Canada Volume 90%
Environment and Climate Change Canada said those atmospheric rivers, expected to arrive on the South Coast on Thursday and Saturday, are part of a "parade of storms" approaching as several communities remain flooded in the province's southwest.
11/23/21
Vancouver Marooned by Flooding, Besieged by Climate Change - nytimes - paywall
After a summer of deadly heat and uncontrolled wildfires, British Columbia was hit by record rainfalls that forced the evacuation of towns and destroyed highways and rail lines.
11/23/21
From Okanagan to Annapolis Valley, Canada's most beloved wine regions thrive in the off-season
Reap the benefits of the off-season and take a road trip to one of Canada's top wine regions. Travellers can visit them at a more leisurely pace, free from crowds. From the country's most renowned wineries of Okanagan and Niagara to lesser-known gems of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley region, there is plenty to discover in quieter months. Whether you're keen to explore the vineyards with a private helicopter tour or taste the latest vintages at a chef's table, incredible experiences await.
11/22/21
Battle of the Wines closes out the competition across the Okanagan
Battle of the Wines has recently completed their annual series of 'battles'
11/19/21
The economics of flooding in B.C.
How has flooding around B.C. thus far affected tourism, supply chains, the insurance industry and general movement around the region?
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Canada's Exciting Western Edge: The Wine Islands October 12th
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Stag's Hollow zeroes in on Pinot Noir October 7th This fall’s release from Keira LeFranc, the winemaker at Stag’s Hollow Vineyards, focusses entirely on Pinot Noir, a varietal for which the Okanagan Falls sub-appellation has a strong reputation. Stag’s Hollow grows Pinot Noir both at the estate vineyard and in its newer Shuttleworth Creek Vineyard.
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Phantom Creek Estates Announces Key Hires
July 8th British Columbia's Premier Destination Winery Appoints Anahita Pouget as Director of Sales and Marketing, Amy Richards as Director of Farming, and Kea Mueller as Wine Club Manager
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