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10/05/17

The United States says it wants Canadian province British Columbia to stop discriminating against imported wine through its regulation of allowing only provincial wine to be sold on regular grocery store shelves.

10/05/17

Mr. Horgan, who in the past has voiced support for bringing existing operators on board, seemed to suggest on Tuesday that B.C.'s robust marijuana industry means the province is already well-positioned to begin legal retail sales by the federal government's July 1 target.

10/05/17

"We started with that experiment and then the smoke turned up throughout the summer."

10/04/17

Wineries in the province are expanding and awards are starting to roll in. New Brunswick now boasts 10 wineries and over 100 acres of vineyards.

10/03/17

The wine dispute -- initiated in the last days of the previous administration -- comes as negotiators from the U.S., Canada and Mexico try to hash out a revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement

09/29/17

'We are only just beginning to discover what our wines can taste like, never mind what they are supposed to taste like'

09/29/17

Oh, what a summer we've had in the B.C. wine industry.

09/29/17

Quebec follows the lead of Ontario and New Brunswick

09/28/17

A ripe for the picking rundown of what's new on the vines.

09/26/17

A pioneer in the BC wine industry, he has been awarded with innumerable accolades and established many firsts in the province, including the first to release a series of single vineyard designated wines.

09/22/17

The second phase of the project would improve Boucherie Road between Stuart and Ogden Roads.

09/22/17

John Peller, Chairman & CEO of Andrew Peller Limited, commented "We are excited to confirm the Tinhorn Creek acquisition as well as the closing dates for Black Hills and Gray Monk Estate Winery.

09/21/17

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has welcomed Hush Heath's trade deal with Canada following news that its sparkling wine has achieved a listing with the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO.)

09/21/17

Featuring restaurants offering exclusive vintages from world-renowned European vineyards to those with a focus on wine from the local cellars of the Okanagan Valley and Niagara Peninsula, this list highlights some of the country's best wine lists, including Sooke Harbour House in Sooke, British Columbia, and Raymonds in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.

09/21/17

The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) will provisionally enter force on Thursday, eight years after negotiations begun. It will be the EU's first major trade deal since it began implementing its South Korea agreement in 2011.

09/21/17

Experts from 12 different countries will speak at the first of its kind event in Kelowna in October

09/19/17

The weekday event, dubbed "A Very Mommy Wine Festival," was meant to give new moms a chance to get together and have fun without the judgment and "mommy-shaming" they consistently face, organizer Alana Kayfetz said.

09/19/17

"It is a privilege to bring their ultra-premium wines and talented people into our family," said John Peller, CEO of Andrew Peller. "With our investment and resources, these wines have the potential to grow, develop and compete in the growing luxury wine market around the world."

09/15/17

The powerful monopolies still rule the liquor landscape in many provinces ...

09/15/17

"We got lambasted in June," said Keith Tyers, winemaker at Closson Chase in Prince Edward County in Eastern Ontario, adding that it was probably the wettest season he's experience in 14 years of growing.

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