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  • BC Fast-tracks Service Area Expansions to Help Reopening

    The BC Government announced this morning an expedited process to fast-track approval for expanded service areas for manufacturers (including winery tasting rooms/lounges), food-primary licensees and liquor-primary licensees (those who are permitted to reopen). This process is designed to allow licen … Read more »

  • Reopening Orders Posted for BC – Effective Tuesday May 19th

    The BC Provincial Health Officer has posted a new health order that permits the reopening of restaurants, certain liquor primaries and manufacturer tasting rooms, all effective Tuesday May 19th, with restrictions on operations and capacity. Note that most bars/nightclubs that do not offer meal servi … Read more »

  • New Subject Areas Added to BC Winery Compliance Subscription

    We are pleased to announce that our InterProvincial Winery Compliance subscription (available through our sister web site, Alca Intelligence) has been expanded and now includes additional subject areas in addition to InterProvincial Shipping Compliance. As a result, we have renamed the subscription  … Read more »

  • Updated COVID19 Analysis for the Wine Sector

    The following articles have now been posted to our sister website, Alca Intelligence. They provide updated and more detailed analysis and thoughts on the possible consequences for the wine sector from the COVID19 pandemic. The articles include many references to other media sources that I have found … Read more »

  • How Does This End? And What Are the Likely Consequences?

    This is a follow-up to my earlier post. As noted there, these predictions are obviously speculative. Current Restrictions As discussed previously, the current societal restrictions (lock-downs, business closures, social distancing, event size limits) have produced dramatic effects for the wine indus … Read more »