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06/16/17
Commentary: Minimum wage hike will force some Ontario restaurants to close
Many small businesses cannot absorb the increased costs and the provincial policy is another example of Ontario-only challenges U.S. restaurants don't have to face.
06/15/17
The Mark Anthony Group of Companies to Purchase The Bacchus Group
The Mark Anthony Group of Companies today announced an agreement to purchase The Bacchus Group, a fine wine and spirits import and distribution company operating in Western Canada with a history of building premium brands such as Château de la Gardine, Frescobaldi, Grand Marnier, Heineken, Pol Roger Champagne, Symington, and Zuccardi, among others. The transaction is expected to close on June 12th, 2017.
06/15/17
Push to change 'misleading' Canadian wine labels moves forward
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is set to alter its 'Cellared in Canada' wine label designation after receiving complaints from consumers and the Canadian wine industry that the description was "misleading" and "uninformative."
06/12/17
The Sparkle of Nova Scotia Wines
Discover one of the smallest, and oldest, wine growing regions in North America. The Canadian province of Nova Scotia is producing noteworthy sparkling wine.
06/09/17
700 Wineries, 5,500 Wines: Canada's National Winery Directory now features over 5,500 Canadian wines
The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) and Global Wine Database (GWDB Inc.) are proud to announce the largest and most comprehensive online database of Canadian wineries and wines: www.wine411.ca.
06/08/17
Yes, the feds could force Trans Mountain on BC
With an NDP-Green coalition government forming up in British Columbia, a legal and constitutional crunch is looming over Kinder Morgan's $7.4 billion project to twin its Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta to Vancouver, tripling its capacity to 900,000 barrels a day.
06/08/17
LCBO targets $1 billion in e-commerce sales as leadership pushes for transformation
Today, it's raking in about $7 million of revenue annually, a mere shot glass of revenue compared to the provincial Crown corporation's $6 billion of total sales. But the fulfillment centre behind the e-commerce service has already moved out of the retailer's Queen's Quay store in downtown Toronto and into a warehouse, and Soleas sees an e-commerce-only distribution centre in the future. He also sees the potential to move other business to the online channel, such as licencing permissions to serve alcohol at events or restaurants.
06/05/17
Catad'Or "Wines of America" Wine Awards Extends Invitation to North American Winemakers and Spirits Producers
The most prestigious wine contest in Latin America extends invitation to wines and winemakers from North America with special pricing and extended registration date.
06/05/17
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to Travel to Canada
"The bilateral U.S.-Canada relationship is important to the prosperity of both of our countries and I look forward to strengthening this bond with our neighbors to the north moving forward," said Perdue.
06/02/17
Jim Cuddy to Rock the Vines at Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards
Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards is pleased to announce that Jim Cuddy will perform July 15, 2017 on the Crush Deck at their new Sparkling wine facility surrounded by vineyard and mountain and overlooking Okanagan Lake.
06/02/17
Story image for wine from KOMO News Starbucks to serve wine, beer in Vancouver, BC
The company says customers at its newly opened store in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood will be able to choose from six types of wine, two brands of beer and a cider, in addition to snacks such as goat cheese flatbread.
06/01/17
Starbucks to serve alcohol in Vancouver in push to attract evening customers
customers at its newly opened store in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood will be able to choose from six types of wine, two brands of beer and a cider
05/26/17
Daughter of B.C. wine merchants facing Chinese trial makes plea to Trudeau
On the eve of her parents' trial in China, Amy Chang wants to know Canadian officials haven't forgotten about them.
05/24/17
Israel tries to woo Quebecers with wine
More and different types of wines from Israel are making their way gradually onto the shelves of Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ), but these often award-winning products still suffer from an image problem.
05/24/17
Wine festival to feature 250 different wines at 2-day event
Jean-Sebastien Morin, a sommelier and the wine category manager for the PEI Liquor Control Commission, says interest in the festival has grown since its launch 21 years ago.
05/23/17
Recent Research: Determinants of Wineries ' Decisions to Seek VQA Certification in the Canadian Wine Industry
The establishment of quality assurance systems is an important development in the wine sector, particularly so for new and emerging wine regions. Focusing on the Canadian wine industry, this article examines the determinants of a winery's decision to adopt Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) certification for wines. The analysis also examines whether wineries seek VQA certification for higher-priced wines or whether VQA certification leads to higher wine prices.
05/23/17
La Frenz Winery in Naramata dominates top California competition
Jeff Martin, a British Columbia winemaker with more than 40 vintages in two hemispheres, dominated at one of California's oldest and most respected wine competitions.
05/22/17
B.C. winery owners facing life in Chinese prison for alleged smuggling
Detention of John Chang and Allison Lu described as 'outrageous and unconscionable'
05/22/17
La Frenz Winery in Naramata dominates top California competition
La Frenz Winery on the Okanagan Valley's revered Naramata Bench won four gold medals, including a best of class award, at the Dan Berger International Wine Competition. Formerly known as the Riverside International Wine Competition, founder Dan Berger last year renamed it and moved it to his home in Sonoma County.
05/19/17
Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards Celebrates Opening of New Winery to Public
After 18 months of construction, the Fitzpatrick's are delighted to showcase their gravity flow facility specializing in sparkling and site specific still wines from a very special place.
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