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» Syrians in Montreal remember deadly chemical attacks four years ago
17/08/17 12:28 from CBC News Items
As the four-year anniversary of the chemical attack on Ghouta, near Damascus, approaches, a Syrian family recounts the attacks that preceded their exit to Jordan and eventually to Montreal.

» Will escaped Atlantic salmon survive — and thrive — in B.C. waters?
24/08/17 09:00 from CBC News Items
The question isn’t why did the salmon leave the net, but what happens now that thousands of fish have escaped a Washington state salmon farm and swum off into the Pacific Ocean. There is no consensus about what the impact will be.

» Dhaba Sweets and Spice is right
24/08/17 07:00 from Food + Drink, The Coast Halifax
Dhaba Sweets and Spice Shoppe expands to serve diverse communities. Dhaba Sweets & Spice Shoppe 8 Oland Crescent…

» Skip the Dishes adds booze to delivery menu
23/08/17 13:31 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Can the driver get you something from the bar? Winnipeggers are now able to get beer, fine wine and grape-based spirits delivered straight to their doors through the Skip the Dishes ...

» An earful of corn
23/08/17 17:31 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Do people think their hands are going to fall off when they touch an ear of corn? Because that is the only explanation for the staggering number of products designed ...

» Collapsed fish farm that released thousands of Atlantic salmon had structural problems last month
24/08/17 00:08 from CBC News Items
The fish farm in Washington state that collapsed last weekend, releasing several thousand Atlantic salmon into Pacific waters, had problems last month, the company says.

» B.C. study says kids not eating enough veggies, fruit, dairy during school hours
23/08/17 21:45 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
VANCOUVER - Parents tasked with preparing school lunches might reach for convenient packaged foods, but the author of a new study says kids across Canada aren't eating enough nutritious food ......

» Dessert devotees will scream for gourmet ice cream tour in Vancouver
21/08/17 11:27 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
VANCOUVER - What's better than a scoop of ice cream on a hot summer day? Three scoops, an ice cream sandwich, soft serve drizzled with chocolate syrup and a vegan ......

» Whole Foods shareholders say yes to Amazon deal
23/08/17 19:12 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
NEW YORK - Whole Foods shareholders voted Wednesday to bless a $13.7 billion union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain's CEO had called "love at first sight." That approval is ......

» Regulators, Whole Foods shareholders approve Amazon deal
23/08/17 21:31 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
NEW YORK - Whole Foods shareholders and federal regulators approved Amazon's $13.7 billion acquisition of the organic grocer, a deal that could bring big changes to the supermarket industry and ......

» Ten great meal ideas for leftover chicken
23/08/17 20:22 from The Globe and Mail - Food & Wine
Try one of these 10 ideas the next time you have leftovers

» Back-to-school treat that won’t drive teacher nuts: Ricardo
23/08/17 20:00 from TORONTO STAR | LIFE | FOOD_WINE
Filling your child's lunch box just got that little bit easier.

» Column: 5 reasons Walmart is winning with food
21/08/17 17:35 from Canadian Grocer
As Walmart delivers its strongest comp sales growth in grocery in the U.S. for five years, we highlight five factors underpinning its success in this area. 1. Priority for the leadership When Greg Foran was appointed CEO for the U.S. bus...

» Whole Foods shareholders agree to Amazon deal
23/08/17 19:40 from Canadian Grocer
Whole Foods shareholders voted Wednesday to bless a $13.7 billion union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain’s CEO had called “love at first sight.” That approval is one step required to close the deal, which is a...

» Twenty-five must-have items for any new kitchen
23/08/17 19:57 from The Globe and Mail - Food & Wine
Most of these are available online or at department stores, but a good kitchen store is the best place to get advice

» Former Dutch government minister to lead tainted egg probe
23/08/17 18:33 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The Dutch government appointed a former justice minister Wednesday to lead an investigation into the illegal use of a pesticide to treat laying hens for lice ...

» Low B.C. sockeye returns, fires, give Indigenous groups fishing priority: DFO
18/08/17 18:42 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
VANCOUVER - The Fisheries Department says low salmon returns to British Columbia's Fraser River mean Indigenous groups have priority access to the fish as conservation efforts are underway. Jennifer Nener, director ......

» Greece rallies to defend good name of its yogurt
19/08/17 05:40 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Democracy, the Olympic Games, and thick and creamy yogurt are among Greece’s greatest contributions to humanity. And when it comes to the latter, the Greek ministry of agriculture is sick ......

» Austrians first in Europe to make bacon on industrial scale?
18/08/17 12:15 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
VIENNA - Austrians were making bacon thousands of years ago. And a researcher says they were probably the first in Europe to do it on an industrial scale. Hans Reschreiter of ......

» CIBC, PC Financial split shines light on bruised loyalty card industry
21/08/17 13:08 from Canadian Grocer
Another divorce in Canada’s loyalty card sector has consumers stuck in the middle asking questions about the future of an industry still bruised by the actions of some of its largest providers. The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerc...

» Par Sophie! brand chocolate raspberry mousse cake recalled
23/08/17 18:02 from Canadian Grocer
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has updated a recall of various raspberry mousse cakes issued last week to include Par Sophie! brand chocolate raspberry mousse cake sold in Quebec, over concerns it may contain norovirus. The a...

» Saskatchewan government says it's disappointed in Alberta beer tax appeal
23/08/17 17:49 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
REGINA - The Saskatchewan government says it will vigorously defend Canadian interests in an appeal involving a beer tax in Alberta. An internal trade panel ruled earlier this month that Alberta ......

» Ocean Brands moves up in Greenpeace rankings
18/08/17 15:09 from Canadian Grocer
As an avid sport fisherman and former guide, Ocean Brands vice-president Ian Ricketts has a vested interest in sustainability. It was the B.C.-based company’s ongoing efforts in this space that played a big role in his decision to join i...

» Walmart dives into voice activated shopping with Google
23/08/17 16:10 from Canadian Grocer
The world’s largest retailer said Wednesday it’s working with Google to offer hundreds of thousands of items from laundry detergent to Legos for voice shopping through Google Assistant. The capability will be available in lat...

» Mr. Bern's BBQ on the Run heats up on Barrington Street
23/08/17 15:41 from Food + Drink, The Coast Halifax
“Filipinos are known for feasts,” says Mary Panaligan on a break from the lunch rush at Mr. Bern’s BBQ on the Run . “If there’s a birthday party, it’s a feast.…

» Sushi Nami Royale brings izakaya to Queen Street
23/08/17 15:22 from Food + Drink, The Coast Halifax
“We just want to bring something new and fun to Halifax,” says Catherine Luo , regional manager of the Sushi Nami restaurant family. After over a decade of opening sushi and Japanese restaurants across the city, the downtown location of ...

» Ontario tweaks labour reform bill, but no changes to minimum wage phase in
23/08/17 13:46 from Canadian Grocer
A major Ontario labour reform bill is being tweaked but so far is seeing no significant changes to key parts, including a controversial phase-in of a $15 minimum wage, leaving concerned businesses looking to a relief package promised by ...

» Walmart says it has gained market share in Canada
18/08/17 14:05 from Canadian Grocer
Walmart says its Canadian stores gained market share against rivals during its fiscal second quarter. “We further improved our price position against competitors, which contributed to market share gains in key traffic driving categ...

» Montreal man paddles 1,271 km down the Ottawa River to benefit hospital
23/08/17 13:19 from CBC News Items
Paul Gauvreau arrived exhilarated but thin at the Mac Paddle Shack in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, after paddling 1271 km down the Ottawa River.

» 'Disgusting behaviour' caught on video at Carl's Jr. restaurant
23/08/17 09:00 from CBC News Items
A Carl's Jr. franchisee has been caught on video violating at least 10 food safety regulations. Jack Webb co-owns the fast food restaurant in Red Deer, Alta. CBC News has exclusively obtained the video that got him temporarily tossed fro...

» Skip the Dishes adds more booze to delivery menu
22/08/17 20:47 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Can the driver get you something from the bar? Winnipeggers are now able to get beer, fine wine and grape-based spirits delivered straight to their doors through the Skip the Dishes ...

» Simple solution for all that zucchini
23/08/17 01:17 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Every year, there’s a zucchini problem, and it goes something like this: Too many zucchini, not enough ideas. Oh, sure, you can avoid them. That is, if you’re not a gardener ......

» High tides 'coinciding with eclipse' blamed for escape of thousands of farmed Atlantic salmon into Pacific
22/08/17 18:25 from CBC News Items
Thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped into Pacific waters east of Victoria after the nets ripped at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands.

» Kolga: Vladimir Putin's manufactured history
23/08/17 11:00 from CBC News Items
In many ways, Aug. 23 marks the 78th anniversary of the start of the Second World War. On this day, in 1939, Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin signed a friendship pact that included a secret protocol carving up Central and Eastern Europe bet...

» Community soup festival returns
23/08/17 10:11 from CBC News Items
The Vaudreuil-Soulanges S.O.U.P. Festival returns Sept. 3.

» Kitchen confidential: 'Disgusting behaviour' caught on video at Carl's Jr. restaurant
23/08/17 09:00 from CBC News Items
A Carl's Jr. franchisee has been caught on video violating at least 10 food safety regulations. Jack Webb co-owns the fast food restaurant in Red Deer, Alta. CBC News has exclusively obtained the video that got him temporarily tossed fro...

» 'Disgusting behaviour' caught on video at fast food restaurant in Red Deer, Alta.
23/08/17 09:00 from CBC News Items
A Carl's Jr. franchisee has been caught on video violating at least 10 food safety regulations. Jack Webb co-owns the fast food restaurant in Red Deer, Alta. CBC News has exclusively obtained the video that got him temporarily tossed fro...

» Ripe for grilling
18/08/17 00:05 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Grilling fruit is a wonderful warm-weather option because grilling brings out fruit’s natural sugars. Grilled fruit is also a good way to jazz up a meal. And it makes a ...

» Don't Bogart that beer!
23/08/17 05:33 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
Brewers like to describe super-hoppy IPAs the way they might talk about marijuana — “dank,” “resinous,” “sticky.” It makes sense, after all — both cannabis (pot) and Humulus lupulus (hops) ...

» Raspberry mousse cakes sold in multiple provinces recalled for norovirus
17/08/17 12:25 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
OTTAWA - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says various raspberry mousse cakes have been recalled after it was discovered the desserts contained norovirus. The agency issued an expanded recall notice Wednesday, ......

» Cooking for a couple
22/08/17 22:01 from Winnipeg Free Press: Food & Drink
It can be one of the most annoying things about recipes: Most make enough food to feed a family of four — or sometimes six. Or sometimes more. But what if, ......

» Solar eclipse blamed for escape of thousands of farmed Atlantic salmon into Pacific
22/08/17 18:25 from CBC News Items
Thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped into Pacific waters east of Victoria after the nets ripped at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands.

» Eclipse tides break Washington salmon-farm nets sparking B.C. concerns
23/08/17 00:26 from Vancouver Sun Food-only
The escape of hundreds of thousands of Atlantic salmon from a fish farm northeast of Victoria on the Washington state side of the San Juan Islands has sparked concerns by B.C. conservation groups about the potential impacts on wild Pacif...

» Thousands of Atlantic salmon escape fish farm near Victoria after nets damaged
22/08/17 18:25 from CBC News Items
Thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped into Pacific waters east of Victoria after the nets ripped at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands.

» Your guide to Montreal's fall festivals
22/08/17 16:15 from CBC News Items
Montrealers will have plenty of chances to be festive this fall as the city hosts festivals like Mile ex end, OUMF, Yule EAT, the Montreal Fashion and Design festival, Festival Nouveau Cinéma and more.

» Photos from OP Nanook
22/08/17 22:43 from CBC News Items
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan will travel to Rankin Inlet, Nunavut to observe an Operation NANOOK scenario conducted by Joint Task Force (North). As part of this scenario, the Canadian Forces will work with other government departments ...

» Thousands of Atlantic salmon escape fish farm near Victoria after nets rip
22/08/17 18:25 from CBC News Items
Thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped into Pacific waters east of Victoria after the nets ripped at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands.

» Indulge in a black currant summer pudding
02/08/17 15:00 from TORONTO STAR | LIFE | FOOD_WINE
This British dessert combines many different kinds of berries with sugar, bread and crème de cassis liqueur.

» Why are there so many gadgets for eating corn on the cob?
22/08/17 22:00 from TORONTO STAR | LIFE | FOOD_WINE
You can butter it with special knives or curved butter holders or even the Butter Boy, a cute little guy that holds your butter in place.

» Restaurant news: Claudio Aprile opens Copetin, Skippa replaces the Roxton
02/08/17 15:00 from TORONTO STAR | LIFE | FOOD_WINE
Claudio Aprile launches Copetin, Sugo offers veal parm, sushi bar Skippa replaces the Roxton and Victor Restaurant gets a redesign.

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