May 7, 2020, Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario government is taking additional measures to help hospitality sector workers and businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. The province is allowing licensed restaurants and bars to sell spirits with…
The Ontario government has created a $4.9 million relief fund for small craft distillers and cideries. Spirits Canada says it’s about time.
The province of Ontario is celebrating food growers and producers from October 3 to 9
Investment will help develop crops that are more resilient to Ontario’s climate, as well as new varieties of vegetables, fruits, wine and flowering plants
The Ontario Craft Cider Association will receive up to $220,000 under the Growing Forward 2 initiative
The Belleville, Ont.-based chocolatier will use this investment to create new jobs, increase productivity and strengthen its competitive advantage in in the sale and manufacturing of liquid chocolate
Following the introduction of beer in Ontario grocery stores last December, a number of grocery stores across the province will start selling a selection of wine, beer and cider this fall
Ontario government announces first 58 grocery stores to allow sales of beer
This investment will help the snack manufacturer double its production capacity and capitalize on new export opportunities
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