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Toronto, Canada's largest city, put into lockdown as infections soar
The lockdown will begin on Monday in the city and in Peel, a part of the Greater Toronto to the west of the city center.
Five Nova Scotia wines receive Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence
"Every year, the winemakers in this province create outstanding wines that successfully compete on a national and international level," said Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc. "Over time, the wineries in Nova Scotia have advanced significantly. They can all be very proud of their wines and how they contribute to the wine and tourism industries."
Toronto restaurant group behind Bar Buca files for creditor protection
Toronto hospitality company, King Street Restaurant Group (KSF Group), has recently filed for creditor protection after owing more than $34 million to creditors.
$10M in funding coming to BC researchers for improved grapevine and cannabis management
Genome British Columbia (Genome BC) is thrilled to congratulate two BC-led teams for their projects designed to harness the power and potential of bio-innovation to create healthier, more sustainable and prosperous communities.
CCOVI to co-lead $6.2-million national research program supporting clean plant program for grapevines
A $6.2-million multi-partner funding commitment will allow Brock University's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) to support the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the Canadian Grapevine Certification Network (CGCN-RCCV) to fast-track the certification of grapevine planting material as virus-free.
Thieves stripped a Canadian vineyard of grapes the night before harvest
On removing the nets from their carefully cultivated vines, they discovered thieves had hit the site overnight -- making off with half a tonne of grapes, equivalent to more than 300 bottles of wine.
A Francophile's Unexpected Love Affair With Canadian Wine
Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia's picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.
A Francophile's Unexpected Love Affair With Canadian Wine
Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia's picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.
Smoky days in late summer hurt Vancouver Island wineries
The rush was on to harvest grapes at Vancouver Island wineries over the last few weeks including at 40 Knots Winery near Comox.
The Unconventional Path of Private Sommelier Thatcher Baker-Briggs
The San Francisco wine expert began as a Canadian dishwasher, then worked his way up to a job picking bottles for the NBA
Canada restaurant owner moved to tears by $700 tip on $43 wine bottle purchase
Customer had just learned that new coronavirus restrictions would temporarily close the restaurant's dining room.
Iconic Wineries' Paul Beavis: the beauty of 'Next World' Canadian wine
If you have not been to the Okanagan Valley then put it on your ever growing bucket list of things to do when we can get back to our normal wine travels. It's already captured Paul Beavis' heart as he explains…
Justin Trudeau: Canada-US border will stay closed until America gets COVID-19 under control
Don't bet on the U.S.-Canadian border reopening after the closure agreement expires Oct. 21.
Proposed lighthouse-shaped wine tasting tower not getting glowing reviews in West Kelowna, B.C.
New winery says 9-storey structure will be a landmark; some city councillors aren't seeing the light
No room to breathe: How an antiquated tax system is killing Ontario's wineries
Ontario wineries are taxed at a rate not seen in any other wine-producing nation.
Local Crush Time. October is BC Wine Harvest Month
To encourage local support and help strengthen the collective industry, the BC Wine Institute has partnered with Destination British Columbia, the BC Hotel Association, BC Restaurant and Food Association, BC Dairy Association and BC Seafood Alliance to collaboratively honour and celebrate the British Columbia harvest season and a brighter future for all industries going forward.
New Name, New Team Members, and a New Direction at Five Vines Cellars
After a year of changes, the team at TIME Winery & Kitchen is hitting a new groove. Since the purchase of the winery in July 2020 by Ron and Shelley Mayert, new parent company Five Vines Cellars has injected new energy into the TIME Winery, Evolve Cellars and the McWatters Collection labels.
Sainte-Famille Winery puts up the For Sale sign
"It was not really a hard decision to be honest, not for me," Lake said. "This business, this whole industry was something my mother and stepfather got into and I didn't play a huge role in it. It wasn't until mom decided to retire that I came on board and took over the day to day stuff, along with my daughter. It just became apparent to me and to her that in order to advance the business the way we would like to see it advance, it's going to take somebody with more vision and more money, resources to invest."
BC Wine Institute Releases Survey Results Highlighting The Impacts of Covid-19 on The BC Wine Industry
In August, the BCWI engaged market research and analytics company, Leger Marketing to conduct an industry-wide survey to help understand and assess the impact of COVID-19 on the BC wine industry, the effectiveness of provincial and federal relief programs and the perceived challenges for the future. According to key findings from the survey results, one in 10 BC wineries and grapegrowers noted that they are at risk of closing due to COVID-19, with 58 per cent seeing a loss in revenue and 55 per cent having reduced access to customers.
Taco Bell says it has seen 'mind-boggling' demand for Jalapeño Noir wine
For reasons that aren't entirely clear, fast food company Taco Bell has introduced its own wine product called Jalapeño Noir. The company describes its wine as the perfect complement to its Toasted Cheesy Chalupa, a type of taco made with fried bread instead of a soft or crunchy shell that was recently added to the company's menu. The catch? You'll have to visit Canada to get your hands on the bottled wine.
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