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10/17/18

As Canada marks the legalisation of recreational cannabis today, we round up the drinks companies that have been linked to or have confirmed investment in the industry.

10/17/18

Canada has today become the second nation to legalise recreational cannabis use, paving the way for a number of drinks firms to become active in the burgeoning market.

10/17/18

People understand how terroir affects wine, hops, and even coffee, but how terroir affects barley hasn't really been explored in great detail. That's changing, and one Alberta brewery hopes to elevate beer's unexplored ingredient.

10/16/18

A region known for its harsh winter weather may not seem like an ideal place to create a winery, but two Winnipeg 20-somethings have done just that.

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10/12/18

Although the release of the agreement's full-text is momentous, the agreement still must be signed, ratified, and implemented by each country. As per Article 34.5, the USMCA will come into force on the first day of the third month following the final party completing its implementation procedures.

10/10/18

Canada is Australia's fourth biggest export destination by volume and value, and the latest export figures show some positive outcomes for the Australian grape and wine community. In 2017-18, the volume of Australian exports to Canada increased by 11 per cent to 7.6 million cases and value increased by 7 per cent to $199 million.

10/05/18

Market Access Gains Made in U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement - New California Rules for Advertising and Online Sales - and New Members Join Wine Institute

10/04/18

Following USMCA deal, grocers must open shelves to all wines by 2019, not just B.C. wine

10/02/18

Phantom Creek Estates wants to build the eating and drinking establishment at its 72,000 sq.ft. winery on the Black Sage Bench, despite the property being on agricultural land.

10/02/18

Miles Prodan, the president and CEO of the BC Wine Institute, admits he's worried about U.S. products being sold in grocery stores on this side of the border. "Clearly, we prefer not to. The status quo makes total sense to us, but if part of this agreement is to open that up, then we need to have that discussion. We think the Americans have got lots of access to the BC market and do quite well thank you very much," Prodan says.

10/01/18

Danica Geoffrey, operations manager of Church and State winery's Brentwood Bay location on Vancouver Island, tells NEWS 1130 the recall came after admonishing social media posts. This particular label is one of about 300 the company uses for the Lost Inhibitions. Geoffrey says had it been up to her, it would have never passed, and that she had to hunt down the locations which sold the wine with the label

09/28/18

Majestic Wine (LON:WINE)'s stock had its "outperform" rating reissued by investment analysts at Royal Bank of Canada in a report released on Thursday, September 13th.

09/28/18

Fans of the plentiful and exceptional Okanagan wines might not give a hoot, but apparently the release of "highly prized" Bordeaux wines in BC is otherwise a big deal.

09/28/18

LOT185 Café + Wine Bar, Vancouver's newest coffee shop and wine bar, is finally opening this week, and here's your first look at the new glam spot. Located at #78-1055 Canada Place in the new Convention Centre, LOT185 will serve as a coffee spot by day and a wine bar by night.

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