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04/19/21

A million-square-foot greenhouse in Exeter, Ontario, that a legal pot supplier bought in 2018. After a merger, its new owner sold it two years later without having grown a single marijuana plant ...

04/19/21

After intense backlash, Doug Ford's government on Saturday retracted some of the COVID-19 measures that he announced for Ontario a day earlier.

04/08/21

A four-hour drive east of Vancouver is Western Canada's wine country. The Okanagan Valley is a summertime playground for wine lovers, golfers, watersport fanatics and visitors to the region's many lakeside resorts. The valley, which spans 155 miles, is home to 84 percent of British Columbia's vineyard plantings, which include everything from Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Syrah to Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and Riesling. According to WineBC.com, the valley boasts just over 8,800 acres of vines with an equal split between white and red varieties.

04/07/21

A four-hour drive east of Vancouver is Western Canada's wine country. The Okanagan Valley is a summertime playground for wine lovers, golfers, watersport fanatics and visitors to the region's many lakeside resorts. The valley, which spans 155 miles, is home to 84 percent of British Columbia's vineyard plantings, which include everything from Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Syrah to Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and Riesling.

04/05/21

In June 2022, the federal government will start charging Canadian winemakers an excise duty at the time they bottle their wine. The duty amounts to 50 cents a bottle and it's a tax that makers of wine from 100-per-cent Canadian grapes have not had to pay since 2006, an exemption the government put in place to support local producers.

04/02/21

Premier Doug Ford says the change will take effect Saturday

04/01/21

New Public Health Orders place severe restrictions on the business operations of the hospitality sector including wineries.

04/01/21

The charity campaign raises funds for both hospitality workers in financial distress and for the new British Columbia Wine Industry Scholarship & Education (BC WISE) fund.

03/31/21

Okanagan, BC based TIME Family of Wines has selected the QUINI DATA™ Gold solution.

03/30/21

Some of the provisions of these orders (and/or the interactions of the Orders) are confusing. Two earlier articles (2021 BC Liquor & Hospitality Industry Health Order Update and Covid Regulatory Rabbit Holes: What is an Event?) may assist in their interpretation, particularly on the issue of what is or is not "an event".

03/30/21

The North American low-calorie, low-carbohydrate craft non-alcoholic beer launched in the U.S. in December 2020. Due to high demand following Partake's entrance into the American market, Partake craft beer is now available in Southern California, Colorado, Connecticut, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C. and nationally online.

03/25/21

Quini® announced the release of an upgrade to the company's QUINI DATA™ wine consumer sensory data and analytics platform for wine producers. The system leverages Quini's proprietary consumer wine tasting and rating data and algorithm to calculate and publish Net Promoter Score results.

03/24/21

Recent plans submitted to the city's planning department seeks to expand the current Sandhill Winery and Calona Wines building to include Gretzky Winery.

03/24/21

Through April, in honour of BC Wine Month, Blue Grouse Estate Winery is making the call to support local and buy their wine. In return, the winery will donate $1 for every bottle sold, and the Brunner family, owners of the winery, will match each donation, dollar for dollar.

03/17/21

Phantom Creek Estates in Canada's Okanagan Valley. Courtesy of Phantom Creek Estates. A world-renown winemaker from France, chefs from a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City, a 500-seat ...

03/16/21

Phantom Creek Estates announces winemaker Francis Hutt is returning to his native New Zealand for personal reasons and begin the immediate search for his replacement.

03/15/21

On March 8th, 2021 the Canadian Grapevine Certification Network (CGCN-RCCV) released amendments to its Certification Standards.

03/12/21

Miller Coors said it's bringing in an outside forensic IT firm to investigate the breach, but that delays in shipments were likely.

02/25/21

How George Hanson helped to grow the B.C. wine scene

02/24/21

Potassium Polyaspartate (KPA), the key ingredient, was authorized and listed by Health Canada.

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