Canadian brewery Labatt has decided to scrap one of its most attractive retirement perks – free beer for life.
Police are investigating after storage tanks at a Canadian winery were “intentionally” tampered with causing the loss of around 250,000 litres of wine.
A battle axe-throwing association has applied for a liquor licence to serve alcohol, mixing drinks with a medieval sport popular with lumberjacks.
Bibendum PLB has added some “new and exciting” wines to its portfolio in the shape of Canada’s Norman Hardie and Stratus Vineyards.
Ontario’s provincial premier made history last week when she bought a six-pack of beer in a Toronto supermarket.
Wineries from British Columbia upped their presence at the Wines of Canada tasting in central London this year with 13 producers attending.
A dozen people including the former CEO of Diamond Estates Winery have been arrested in Montreal as part of an investigation into an alleged tax fraud in which 1.8m bottles of wine were sold on the black market.
The polar vortex in North America earlier this year has all but wiped out the Merlot crop in Niagara, with Sauvignon Blanc also severely affected.
Red wine is able to stop lung cancer growth according to a recent study by Canadian scientists.
We talk to Sébastien Jacquey, winemaker at Le Clos Jordanne in Ontario, Canada, about why Chardonnay is one of the greatest grape varieties for expressing terroir.
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