The president of a soon-to-open distillery in North River, N.S., is thrilled that a plebiscite in the dry community will allow it to go wet.
The name change of Liquor Stores N.A., which owns the Liquor Depot chain, to Alcanna this week represents the company's intent to expand into the Canadian cannabis market alongside Aurora Cannabis, the second-largest cannabis grower in Canada.
If Finns gave up drinking, a dramatic decrease in esophageal cancer would occur, with a 23 percent drop in such cases over the next three decades, say Nordic researchers.
Online advertising for sugary, high-alcohol drinks is a veritable “wild west,” and explicitly targets minors, the Institut national de santé publique du Québec says.
Opposition from Italy and Portugal to measures in the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill 2015 highlights the need for amendments to be made to the legislation, according to the Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland (ABFI).
Around seven in 10 people (69.5%) who work in managerial and professional jobs had consumed alcohol in the previous week, according to new survey data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
FREDERICTON – The president of the of the New Brunswick Craft Alcohol Producers Association (NBCAPA) says microbrew consumers want less regulation around the retail sales of craft beer, but she says the Maritime provinces need to work together to create a more equitable marketplace.
OTTAWA—Substance abuse experts, medical professionals and industry leaders kicked off what they hope will become a national conversation Monday about keeping pre-mixed drinks loaded with alcohol, caffeine and sugar off shelves and away from young people.
A MAJOR clampdown on the consumption of alcohol in public places in a bid to cut out boozy behaviour is being considered by city council chiefs.
Bottle shop owners who are preventing walk-in cask wine sales at Port Augusta remain tight-lipped about the mysterious trial.