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How climate change may help Nova Scotia's wine industry flourish
Researchers are testing how 'exotic' varietals would fare in the province's Annapolis Valley
BC Wine Authority relocates to Summerland
Office and equipment now at site on Prairie Valley Road
Will Canada Screw up a March Pacific Trade Deal?
Canada infamously "screwed everybody" in preventing the signing of a new Asia-Pacific trade deal last November. With Japan and Australia now eyeing a March agreement on the "Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership" (CPTPP), will Canada screw it up again?
'Archaic' liquor laws in BC hurt consumers, whisky distributor says
Whisky distributor says liquor policies in British Columbia limit selection for consumers
Ag groups line up grassroots support for trade
Farmers are mobilizing to make their voices heard on the benefits of free trade in light of a growing anti-trade sentiment in the U.S.
Canada's beer industry accounts for $13.6bn in economic activity
Despite a decline in per capita consumption, beer remains Canada's most popular alcoholic beverage and accounted for $13.6bn ($11bn USD) in economic activity in 2016.
Vine to Wine Snowshoe Tour set
Grand Traverse Bike Tours and Suttons Bay Bikes already offered guided winery bike tours and special snowshoe events, so there was only one thing left to do - combine the two. The first Vine to Wine Snowshoe Tour is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Feb. 17. Participants on each tour will visit Big Little Wines, Ciccone Vineyards & Winery, Suttons Bay Ciders and L. Mawby Winery.
From Ontario, Cool-Climate Wines of Beauty and Vision
Ontario is among the world's leading sources for ice wine, with Inniskillin perhaps the most esteemed producer. But on the Niagara Peninsula, as the isthmus between the southern shore of Lake Ontario and the northern shore of Lake Erie is called, and particularly along the Niagara Escarpment, an east-to-west spine of dolomitic limestone that veers past Lake Ontario, the winemakers would like it known that ice wine is the least of it.
Australia takes Canada to WTO over rules on selling wine
In October, Washington accused the Canadian province of British Columbia of giving an unfair advantage to local vineyards by giving their wine an exclusive retail channel in grocery store shelves and cutting out U.S. competition. Australia's complaint, published by the WTO on Tuesday, expanded the U.S. argument, saying that not only British Columbia but also Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia, as well as the Canadian government, had policies on wine that broke WTO rules.
Napa County vineyard aerial imager VineView merges with ag drone maker SkySquirrel
The merger is effective Tuesday, and the companies plan to begin integrating operations, customers, global partners and employees immediately.
Australia to take on Canada in the WTO
Steven Ciobo, trade, tourism and investment minister, this morning announced Australia had taken the first step in commencing formal consultations with Canada regarding measures believed by Australia to impose "arbitrary and disadvantageous restrictions" on the sale of imported wine in Canadian grocery stores, inconsistent with Canada's WTO obligations. The step responded to concerns from the Australian wine industry regarding the Canadian measures, which Ciobo said negatively impacted trade with Australia's fourth largest export market for wine, currently valued at $185 million.
San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition set to go international
"It will still be the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, but it will be the largest competition of wines in North America, instead of America," competition director Bob Fraser told Great Northwest Wine. "We really didn't want to go international, but Canada and Mexico are neighboring countries. It's a natural fit."
Andrew Peller Limited Reports Change in Board of Directors
Andrew Peller Limited (TSX:ADW.A) (TSX:ADW.B) ("APL" or the "Company") announced today that Mr. Dino J. Bianco had resigned from the Company's Board of Directors effective immediately. Mr. Bianco has accepted the position as President and Chief Executive Officer of K.P. Tissue Inc. and Kruger Paper Products L.P. with significant business interests in the wine and spirits business. The Company has begun a formal search process for a new Director to replace Mr. Bianco. In the interim Mr. Richard Hossack, a current Director, will assume the position of Chair of the Company's Audit Committee.
Got a few million? Harper's Trail winery in Kamloops, B.C., could be yours
After 11 years the owners of Harper's Trail are ready to pass the torch
New cold weather monitoring technology on trial at Ontario vineyards
This winter, Matthew Speck is trying out a new cutting-edge sensor and monitoring system. The solar-powered devices -- about the size of a large cellphone -- have GPS locators in them and a connection to a new wireless "internet of things" service that Bell is preparing to roll out commercially
Canadian university to create wine consumer lab
Canada's Brock University is to create the world's first augmented reality, virtual reality and sensory reality consumer wine lab; which will explore how drinkers chose the wine they drink and buy.
Top 5 Ontario Wine Destinations
We often get asked to suggest our favourites, so here is a brief overview
Ontario grant helps Brock create first-of-its-kind wine sensory lab
augmented reality, virtual reality and sensory reality - The $2.4-million project also includes expanding the capacity of CCOVI's research winery to include a state-of-the-art fermentation facility, as well as the purchase of several advanced analytical instruments
VanWineFest - Vancouver International Wine Festival - Welcomes Vine Stars From Around the Wine World
Announces Keynote Speaker: Paul Wagner, wine educator & historian
Nova Scotia Growers Map Risks, Opportunities
Supported by $1 million in funding from Agriculture and Agri-food Canada's AgriRisk Initiatives program and managed by the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture (NSFA), the project is modeling climate impacts on all aspects of the industry from grape production to wine sales.
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