The Royal Canadian Navy has banned alcohol at sea following a series of “questionable incidents” involving drunken sailors.
Canada has always fascinated me; its culture, its size, its landscapes, the hospitality of its people, and its wine.
British Columbia is to allow limited sales of liquor in provincial supermarkets next year, but the average price of a bottle of wine will rise as a result.
Ian Burchett, Canadian consul general for Hong Kong, speaks to the drinks business about the opportunities for Canadian wine in China.
Boozed-up birds are falling from the sky in Canada after getting drunk on frost-fermented berries.
Popular UK motoring show, Top Gear, will be filming in the Canadian wine region of the Okanagan later this month.
As far as voter-engagement incentives go, this one has people sitting up in their bar stools – so much so that it looks set to be copied elsewhere.
A Canadian labour union, promoting the Quebec liquor authority SAQ, has promised to remove a racist comment from its promotional video after a backlash of criticism.
Fans of a Canadian football team will soon be able to resurrect the “beer snake” at home games after the practice was banned in 2010.
Canadian wines have a chance to capitalise on its strong links with Asia, as the realisation of its wine industry’s growing quality spreads.
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