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11/12/18
Corby Spirit and Wine Limited Announces Election of Directors
Corby Spirit and Wine Limited, today announced that all of the nominee directors listed in the management proxy circular dated September 24, 2018, were elected as directors of Corby. The vote was conducted at the Company's Annual Meeting of Shareholders, which took place on November 7, 2018 in Toronto.
11/12/18
'Not what we agreed to': Canada at odds with U.S. changes to text of USMCA, source says
Canada is pushing back against U.S. attempts to change the text of its September trade pact and the issue may have to be referred to ministers to settle, a Canadian source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
11/07/18
Cannabis Beer And Wine Are Here, But Are They Here To Stay?
As recreational cannabinoids become legal in more U.S. states, a fight is brewing between legislators and alcohol producers over cannabis-infused booze. All the while, the science of cannabis-infused alcohol is still unclear.
11/02/18
Constellation's $4 Billion Investment in Canopy Growth Closes
The transaction was approved by an overwhelming majority of Canopy Growth shareholders and has been granted all required regulatory approvals, including by the Canadian government under the Investment Canada Act
11/02/18
Vancouver Island Brewing Releases 2018 Edition of Hermannator Ice Bock
First brewed in 1987 by original VIB brewmaster Hermann Hoerterer for friends and family of the brewery, Hermannator Ice Bock (9.5% abv, 25 IBU) has gone on to become one of the most iconic seasonal craft beers in Canada. It's described as follows: This beer takes over three months to produce spending significant time at subzero temperatures to create a rich malt body, with notes of chocolate, coffee & brandied plums. It is the perfect beer to enjoy over the holiday season.
11/02/18
Devour! The Film Fest announces winning films for their 2018 Golden Tine Awards
Six award-winning films and four honourable mentions in five different categories were decided upon by this year's festival jury that included Anita Stewart (Food Laureate, University of Guelph and founder of Food Day Canada) and Greg Rubidge (Syndicado Film Sales), as well as myself.
11/02/18
MTY enters into an agreement to acquire Casa Grecque
MTY Food Group Inc. ("MTY" or the "Company") (TSX: MTY) announced today that one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries has signed an agreement to acquire most of the assets of Casa Grecque (www.casagrecque.ca), a chain of bring-your-own-wine restaurants founded 38 years ago by brothers, Peter and Louis Berlemis.
11/02/18
Stomping grapes for charity in Langley
Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Venom, Spiderman and Captain Amnertica were sipping wine samples inside the main building at the Township 7 winery. They were among the many berry-splattered Halloween costumes at the grape stomp competition and charitable fudraiser at the Township 7 winery in Langley on Saturday. "The "umpteenth annual" stomp, as Township 7 manager Jason Ocenas put it. Ocenas said the weekend event at the winery located in the 21200 block of 16 Avenue was expected to raise more than $2,000 for Ronald McDonald House Charities of B.C.
11/02/18
Corby expands McGuinness portfolio with new grapefruit flavour
Corby Spirit and Wine has expanded the McGuinness liqueurs range by introducing McGuinness Ruby Red Grapefruit. The addition of grapefruit offers a twist on classic cocktails, similar to the Grapefruit Moscow Mule and Grapefruit Collins.
11/02/18
Extreme whisky fans force B.C. Liquor to hold random draws for premium spirit release
Instead of a first-come, first-served model, customers will now need to enter in a random draw to determine their spot in line. The chance to purchase five of this year's most coveted bottles will also be determined by a draw.
11/02/18
For one of Canada's top sommeliers, success is about skill - not gender
Elyse Lambert fell in love with wine while studying at the Quebec Tourism and Hotel Institute in the late '90s. "It touched so many things I care about - from travel, to food, to discovering new people," she says. "Wine is always in motion, so you never finish learning. When I put my nose in the glass and discovered that universe, I just loved it."
11/02/18
5 Playful pairings of Canadian wines with popular Halloween candies
As sophisticated adults who like to indulge during this spooky time of year, we have some wine pairings for you. As with any food and wine pairing, it's important to consider body, tannin, sweetness and acidity.
11/02/18
Will Canadian Wines Benefit from a Tariff War: Part 4
enRoute has named their picks for the Best New Restaurants in Canada and (just) two are from British Columbia. Vancouver's own St. Lawrence grabbed the 4th spot, while Victoria's The Courtney Room took 10th. Congratulations to both, and to all who cracked this year's prestigious list!
11/02/18
Vinitaly punta sul Canada, quinto mercato enoico mondiale, con 1,7 miliardi di euro di import
Con 1,7 miliardi di euro di vino importato nel 2017, il Canada rappresenta il quinto mercato più importante al mondo per valore di importazione. L'Italia, protagonista di una crescita convincente nell'ultimo quinquennio (+14,1% contro un +8,3% della media mercato), nei primi 8 mesi 2018, sembra aver rallentato la propria corsa, con un +1,3% a valore a cambi correnti (221 milioni di euro) sui vini confezionati, rispetto alla Francia, market leader con 234 milioni di euro a +7,8% sullo stesso periodo dell'anno precedente (elaborazione WineMonitor/Nomisma)
11/02/18
New members inducted into Atlantic Agricultural Hall of Fame
Diane Daniels remembers David Coombes as a man with a lot of knowledge and skills. Coombes, who managed the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition (NSPE), Hants County Exhibition, and Atlantic Winter Fair, died earlier this year, but on Oct. 18 he was celebrated when he became one of the latest inductees into the Atlantic Agricultural Hall of Fame.
10/29/18
Canadian marijuana employees haven't cleared customs just yet
CBP announced a reversal (of sorts) of its original guidance document. In the new revision, CBP clarified, "A Canadian citizen working in or facilitating the proliferation of the legal marijuana industry in Canada, coming to the U.S. for reasons unrelated to the marijuana industry will generally be admissible to the U.S. however, if a traveler is found to be coming to the U.S. for reason related to the marijuana industry, they may be deemed inadmissible" (sic).
10/26/18
Picking Grapes With BC Wine Lover, Kimberley Conroy
Picking Grapes is a new series that asks wine professionals to map out their complex relationships with British Columbian wines by citing the ignition point of their interest and some of their favourite wineries.
10/26/18
Niagara's Pearl Morissette Eatery Tops enRoute's Best New Restaurants List
Canada's best new restaurant sits on the second floor of a barn in Niagara wine country, according to Air Canada's enRoute magazine. This year's Top 10 list crowns The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette, just west of St. Catharines, Ont., for a prix-fixe menu featuring ingredients largely grown on or foraged from the surrounding land.
10/26/18
B.C. Wine Industry Exploring its Identity, says UBC Report
The team at UBC's Okanagan campus, in collaboration with KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux (France), has been working with the British Columbia wine industry to help it explore its sense of identity. The 28-page report discusses the idea of a shared identity and its importance for wine regions. It also recommends actions for wineries, growers, industry organizations and regional associations.
10/26/18
How to Enter the Ticket Lottery for This Year's Half Corked Wine Marathon
The 11th annual Half Corked Marathon is happening on Saturday, May 25, 2019, and while the run itself is months away, your only chance to get tickets is next week. Because this 18 km fun run through Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country is such a popular event, the tickets are allocated to those on a lottery-style list. This is the only way to get one of the 1,500 highly coveted spots for the marathon weekend, which has grown to encompass a full two days of festivities including dinners, BBQs, and a concert series.
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