You are what you eat, the saying goes, but what about what we drink? Dietary regulations across Europe need to be stricter if digestive disease rates are to fall, writes Thierry Ponchon.
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci was at Eau Claire Distillery in Turner Valley Friday with some good news for the province's smaller-scale liquor producers.
IT TOOK less than five minutes for two teenagers to buy a bottle of Goodman whisky from a liquor shop in Taman United in Jalan Kelang Lama recently.
When a sexagenarian wobbled up to the podium at the Frank Anthony Public School in Lajpat Nagar on Saturday, clad in a brown saree, a beige button-down cardigan and sporting a bindi, like every other Indian grandmother you meet in India, the words out of her mouth seemed misplaced.
The provincial government announced Thursday that pot will be sold through certain Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. outlets and online when recreational marijuana is expected to become legal in Canada next year.
The legal age to use, possess or purchase marijuana will be 19, the legal drinking age in Nova Scotia, Justice Minister Mark Furey said at a news conference.
CANCUN, Mexico – All-inclusive resorts along Mexico’s Caribbean coast are popular with Arizonans and high tourist season there was just getting started in mid-November, but the death of an American following her vacation near Cancun at the start of 2017 had many worried about tainted alcohol.
If the Supreme Court of Canada upholds the acquittal of a New Brunswick man who was fined after being caught transporting 14 cases of cheap beer and three bottles of liquor home from Quebec, the result will be a "race to the bottom" for provincial standards protecting the public, argues a senior policy analyst for the Canadian Cancer Society.
The Kerala government lead by the Left Democratic Front (LDF) has decided to raise the legal drinking age from 21 to 23 years.
The State Cabinet in a meeting on Wednesday decided to introduce a new ordinance raising the minimum age for liquor consumption from 21 to 23.
THE Thai Alcohol Beverage Business Association (TABBA) says the public and private sectors should work together to clarify the ambiguities in the country’s new alcohol control law.
What’s the right thing to do as a parent when it comes to alcohol? That is one of the issues being examined at a major conference in the North East exploring the impact of alcohol in childhood.
More children in the region and nationally are choosing not to drink alcohol and although that is good news, Balance estimates that in the North East, around 16,500 11 to 15-year-olds drink on a regular basis and 9,300 have been drunk in the previous month.