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Tetra Pak moving to 100 percent renewable energy by early 2019
Work is underway to install 1,862 solar panels behind the company's manufacturing plant and office building for the company's U.S. and Canada headquarters. It's set to begin producing energy in November, said Jason Pelz, the vice president of circular economy for the Americas, Southeast Asia and Oceania.
B.C. Wineries Test for Smoke Taint
Record fire season burns more than 3 million acres, winemakers unsure of smoke impact
Grape harvest starts in earnest
Early indications are the smoke from forest fires that shrouded Okanagan skies for much of August had no negative impact on grape ripening or taste
Agri-business: Niagara's Little Known Growing Economy
While many people in Niagara are generally aware of the fact that the region produces quality fruit like grapes and peaches as well as being home to several greenhouses, most have no clue as to the massive economic impact the agri-business has on Niagara's economy.
Diversification key to success for Wolfville farmer who took on grape growing, established winery
"We planted our first vines in 2009 and we've been at it just under 10 years now," Lightfoot said. "We've come a long way in 10 years but what the lesson that happened back in the 60s taught me was diversification was important on the farm."
NAFTA talks appear to sour after report Trump disparaged Canada
High-stakes trade negotiations between the White House and Canadian leaders showed signs of faltering on Friday, as Canadian officials expressed frustration with the administration's demands and President Trump confirmed making disparaging remarks about the U.S. ally.
Liberals consider 'right to disconnect' outside work hours in labour rule revamp, says report
Some employees choose to stay connected because they don't work a traditional workday. At least one employer group called any government action a 'legislative over-step' the report said
There were 534 fires in British Columbia over the Labor Day weekend
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued a smoke advisory
Canopy Growth CEO: Terrible job to be a beer or spirits CEO without a cannabis strategy
Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton discusses the global demand for cannabis and opportunities for growth with upcoming legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada and beer companies investing in the industry.
Trudeau says NAFTA deal is possible by Friday - but only if it's good for Canada
"We recognize that there is a possibility of getting there by Friday, but it is only a possibility, because it will hinge on whether there is ultimately a good deal for Canada," Trudeau said. "No NAFTA deal is better than a bad NAFTA deal."
Beverage giants eye Canadian cannabis players
The large investment by Constellation Brands (STZ +1.1%) in Canopy Growth Corp. (CGC +3.8%) is still reverberating around the beverage industry as some of the larger names scramble to keep up.
For B.C. winemakers only 'time will tell' if smoke from wildfires has tainted this year's grapes
Smoke-shrouded grapes can give an ashy, bitter flavour to wine and tests have been developed to help growers assess the quality of their grapes, said researcher Matt Noestheden, a PhD student at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in Kelowna.
A Winning Wine Strategy in Canada
CheckMate Artisanal Winery showcases a chessboard of vineyards from British Columbia's southern Okanagan Valley
Science picking perfect grapes
"At a time when climate change is threatening other winemaking regions around the world, "combining innovative spectrometry technology with field manipulations at three B.C. vineyards will pinpoint the perfect time to harvest grapes."
Anthony Gismondi: Celebrating wines from Argentina
August is Argentina month with 60 select B.C. Liquor Stores offering free consumer tastings at select locations.
Australia ups the ante with WTO action against Canada over wine
Federal Trade Minister Steven Ciobo confirmed Australia he has asked the WTO to convene a panel to resolve the dispute over Canada's "discriminatory measures" on imported wines
Okanagan Crush Pad Appoints New Winemakers
Christine Coletta and Steve Lornie, owners of Okanagan Crush Pad, are pleased to announce the addition of Steven (Steve) Latchford and Lynzee Schatz to their winemaking team. They will work closely with chief winemaker Matt Dumayne. Latchford will manage custom crush client wines, while Schatz will oversee sparkling wine production, which now exceeds 7,500 cases annually.
Why this Canadian wine region is being called 'Napa Valley North'
Ottawa is well known for its captivating city center, picturesque parliament buildings, castle-like hotels, and winsome public market - one of the oldest in Canada. And winter. Above all, Ottawa is known for winter.
Anthony Gismondi: Road 13 Vineyards judged Canada's best winery
It's official, all roads lead to lucky number Road 13 Vineyards, recently crowned the 2018 WineAlign National Wine Awards Canadian Winery of the Year.
Molson Coors Bets on Pot With Cannabis-Drink Joint Venture
The partnership between Molson Coors Canada and Quebec-based cannabis producer Hydropothecary will be structured as a standalone company with its own board and management team
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