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11/29/17

Transaction comes two months after several other Okanagan winery sales

11/20/17

US company Puration has announced plans to have cannabis-infused drinks ready to launch when the drug is legalised in Canada next year

11/15/17

Farmers appear worried that the Trump Administration will withdraw the United States from the agreement that they believe has opened trade with Canada and Mexico.

11/10/17

Wine professionals spent the past four days touring and learning about the Okanagan wine industry

11/10/17

Province lags behind, says industry group calling for fair pricing for bulk buyers

11/10/17

'I think next year we'll see a number of vines just collapse,' says Summerhill Pyramid winemaker

11/10/17

B.C. bars and restaurants are sick of being charged retail prices for liquor and the provincial government appears poised to offer some relief.

11/10/17

What ultimately emerges from this union remains to be seen - even to Constellation and Ontario-based Canopy Growth Corp., a publicly traded medical marijuana grower and supplier with the apt stock symbol "WEED."

11/08/17

Summerhill Pyramid Winery one of 24 B.C. wineries registered to harvest for ice wine

11/07/17

"The 2017 Wine BC BootCamp represents an unparalleled opportunity for the British Columbia wine industry to host 30 key national and international sommeliers, wine trade and media to experience first-hand the diversity of premium BC VQA Wine - meaning wine 100 per cent grown and made in B.C.," said Miles Prodan, president and CEO of the B.C. Wine Institute in a press release.

11/07/17

The vineyard, established in 2004 by Chris and Betty Jentsch, is planted to cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc, petit verdot, and malbec with a bit of viognier and a block of syrah

11/07/17

The top wine professionals from around the world are visiting the Okanagan

11/01/17

Wine woes blamed on LDB's new computer system, distribution practices

10/31/17

Constellation will pay about $191 million (C$245 million) for a 9.9 percent stake in Canopy Growth Corp., a Canadian seller of medicinal-marijuana products. The deal kicked off the biggest rally in nearly a year for Canopy, which trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker WEED.

10/31/17

$245M deal gives the alcohol company the right to buy even more of the marijuana company later

10/30/17

Constellation will work with Canopy to create and market cannabis-infused beverages. Constellation will not sell any such pot products in the U.S. unless marijuana is legalized nationally, but it is eyeing the Canadian market

10/27/17

If Canada is known internationally as a wine-producing country, it's probably for the superb ice wines grown on Ontario's Niagara peninsula, brands like Inniskillin and Jackson-Triggs. That's about to change. Whole Foods three years ago ran a month-long promotion of premium Canadian table wines, specifically eight wines from BC's spectacular Okanagan Valley in a promotion co-sponsored by the BC Wine Institute.

10/27/17

Amid the havoc wrought elsewhere by global warming, Annapolis Valley vineyards have flourished as temperatures have moderated.

10/25/17

Despite dire implications elsewhere, Nova Scotia grape growers have branched out beyond hardy North American varieties and begun planting chardonnay and riesling-all thanks to global warming

10/20/17

The dispute is over where imported wine can be displayed in British Columbia's grocery stores.

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