Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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BC06 - (Wine-Ban-Reaction)

KELOWNA, B.C. x-20s. An advocate for B-C's wine industry says Alberta's prohibition on their products will hit small businesses hard. B-C Wine Institute President Miles Prodan says about 11 per cent of the B-C wine sold across Canada each year is sold in Alberta. He says most of that is grown and produced by family-owned vineyards.

("... to understand.")(SOURCE: The Canadian Press)

TAG: Prodan says he's also concerned that the so-called wine war will hurt tourism if fewer Albertans come to visit wineries across the province.

BC05 - (Wine-Ban-Reaction)

OLIVER, B.C. x-9s. A B-C winemaker says he shocked by Alberta's sudden ban on their wine. Jan Nelson with Tinhorn Creek Vineyards says the operation near Oliver sends about 15 per cent of their production to Alberta, so the prohibition will cost about 100-thousand dollars every month. …

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