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04/26/17

From cherries to wine and oil, Canada has a range of tools to retaliate against any Trump administration trade attacks but they are either too limited or too painful to invoke. Ottawa is keen to avoid a costly trade war with the United States as NAFTA renegotiations loom, given the U.S. economy is ten times larger than Canada's.

04/26/17

Two days of voting wraps up tonight at 659 stores across Ontario, including Sudbury.

04/26/17

Charismatic French estate owner Jean-Claude Mas is eyeing up export growth after building a strong portfolio in the UK market.

04/26/17

Part of the difficulty for Canadians is the lack of specifics in some of Trump's trade pronouncements.

04/25/17

Union says the province's 'ill-advised plan' to sell alcohol in grocery stores is key concern

04/21/17

50 people attended community meeting Wednesday to discuss opening government-run store.

04/19/17

?Brenda Hetman-Craig says it would be "financially devastating" if Loblaw Inc. forced her to rename her small vineyard's Ziggy Siegerrebe wine.

04/19/17

A dispute in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake's booming wine country is consuming the picturesque town. Some residents fear a GTA builder is trying to exploit the region's success. The developer believes he's being turned into a convenient villain.

04/18/17

The owner of Solmar Development built a large winery and now residents wonder what else he plans to build.

04/18/17

Prompted by the Premier's Advisory Council on Government Assets' recommendation in 2015 to let more producers sell bag-in-box wines, nine new three-litre offerings hit shelves this month.

04/14/17

Charles Bénard is close to the wine industry, but far from home. His parents manage the Champagne Bénard-Pitois vineyard and winery in France, and Bénard himself is a second-year student at AgroSup Dijon, the French national institute for food and agronomic sciences.

04/13/17

Growing marijuana has become a backyard tradition in B.C. and the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in Vancouver and Victoria rival Tim Horton's outlets. Politicians, entrepreneurs and ordinary citizens are convinced marijuana offers unprecedented economic, social and health opportunities as Ottawa gets ready to introduce its legislation.

04/11/17

Tony Stewart, 50, is chief executive officer of Quails' Gate winery in Kelowna, B.C. Under Stewart Family Estates, the company acquired and operates wineries in Sonoma, Calif.

04/11/17

This year marks Harry McWatters's 50th vintage in the Canadian wine industry, and at 71, he's opening another winery.

04/07/17

Canadian growers say they would like to emulate protocol in B.C. vineyards.

04/07/17

Agreement aimed at easing barriers between provinces on thousands of products.

04/06/17

Liquor Control Board of Ontario staff represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union will be holding a strike vote on April 24 and 25.

04/04/17

There are two easy predictions that can be made about the Taste Oregon event taking place next week in Toronto's Distillery District. First, that many of Oregon's fresh, easy-drinking chardonnays and pinot noirs will wind up on this summer's wine lists and, second, that a lot of action will be buzzing around the Mouton Noir booth.

03/31/17

'It will fundamentally change the way we do trade,' says Manitoba premier.

03/30/17

Wine values on the rise as region plans for 1,000 vineyard acres.

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