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07/20/17

With several complaints from the United States against liquor retailing practices already in play in Canada, including a complaint to the World Trade Organization over grocery store sales of domestic wines in British Columbia, NAFTA renegotiations present a significant opportunity for the U.S. wine industry. Canada is No. 1 country for U.S. wine exports, but discriminatory practices remain ...

07/19/17

The decision drew considerable criticism from the Israeli embassy in Ottawa and several Canadian Jewish advocacy groups

07/19/17

Canada's most prolific wine author, John Schreiner, has published 16 books on the subject (and that's not factoring in heavily revised second and third editions of several titles).

07/18/17

Following another successful Annual General Meeting (July 11, 2017 at Spirit Ridge Resort, Osoyoos), the BC Wine Institute (BCWI) is pleased to announce its new Board of Directors.

07/18/17

The U.S. says it wants better access for its exports of agriculture-including dairy products, wine and grain.

07/14/17

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says in a Thursday statement that it had not "fully considered" the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement in reaching its ruling. The agency says the wines do in fact adhere to the agreement and can be sold as currently labeled.

07/13/17

A new winery in Oliver projected to open in spring of 2019 will cost the owner nearly $100 million to launch. So says Ingo Grady, president of Phantom Creek Estates on Black Sage Road.

07/10/17

What wine pairs perfectly with bannock? Any number of Indigenous World Winery's vintages, of course.

07/05/17

Ontario dominates the Canadian wine scene

06/30/17

Canadian Free Trade Agreement will boost business opportunities and create more jobs

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