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Licensed marijuana producer Canopy Growth Corp. is already collaborating with the maker of Corona Beer on cannabis-infused beverages even though government regulations on pot edibles won't crystallize until July 2019 at the earliest


Many BC wines will soon be showcased at all government-run liquor stores. April has been proclaimed BC Wine Month to help stave off possible losses linked to Alberta's boycott


British Columbia Wine Institute President and CEO Miles Prodan said today, Feb. 13, the damage has already been done, as Alberta retail shelves and restaurant coolers are emptied of B.C. wine products.


The Northern Grapes Webinar Series returns with a series of four webinars - scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month.


Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday that Alberta is banning wine from B.C. wineries effective immediately. "This is one good step to waking B.C. up to the fact that they can't attack our industry without a response from us," Notley said at a legislature news conference. "The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Control Board will put an immediate halt to the import of B.C. wine into Alberta."


Premier Rachel Notley ups ante in spat over pipeline expansion


'We have to take in account the tastes and the preferences of cannabis consumers of the future'


this is an utterly absurd move. An act of pointless grandstanding that contravenes the ethos of free trade that is supposed to pin this country together. But then so was B.C.'s announcement last week that it would bar additional shipments of diluted bitumen in its waterways until it could study the effect of Alberta's chief export in water. B.C.'s announcement, which was only a proposal - all the better to avoid an actual court challenge - was patently unconstitutional to boot.


Fifteen of BC's top wineries will all come together to celebrate a Spring Release Tasting of Okanagan Falls wines, for the first time, on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at the Hotel Eldorado in Kelowna.


Sean Nelson. An incredibly well-deserved win for Sean (who also took home the honor of "Best Taster" of the day).

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