The Chancellor Rishi Sunak is reportedly planning to overhaul alcohol duty in next week’s Autumn Budget - a move which could slash the prices of products, such as beer and wine.
A mutual commitment to inclusion has fostered a strong partnership between the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) and Brock University’s Goodman School of Business.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased alcohol use, skyrocketing stress levels and limited mental health and addiction services. Experts suspect that combination could lead to more cases of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
French wine makers are expected to produce nearly a third less wine this year than usual, after their vineyards were struck by frosts, poor weather and disease during the spring and summer.
P.E.I. Liquor issued a recall Wednesday for cans of Nimrods' Funky Peach, "due to concerns of rupturing cans," the agency said in a release.
Vinpro, a non-profit company representing 3,500 South African wine producers, will head to court on Monday (23 August) to fight the government’s ongoing alcohol ban and fully reopen the industry.
Scottish pubs are "just days away" from running out of alcohol due to supply issues, industry bosses have warned.
Councils want the right to block new pubs in areas where heavy drinking is harming people’s health.
The impact of alcohol-related hospital admissions should be considered when bars want to renew their licences, according to local councils.
A new Canterbury University study assessing the relationship between young people's mental health and where they grow up could influence urban and rural planning.