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Companies Who Commanded The Use Of IoT Technology

Posted 02.15.2017 | Canada Living

Every day, more and more companies are relying on the IoT to bump up efficiency, productivity, and quality on the factory floor. From real-time quality assurance on the assembly line to speeding up inventory procedures, here are just a few ways companies are making the IoT work to their advantage.

4 Moments In History That Revolutionized Manufacturing

Posted 02.15.2017 | Canada Living

Four pivotal moments that have changed the way we make things. From the AOL Partner Studio

You're Better Off Drinking Beer, Not Water In These Countries

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 01.18.2017 | Canada Living

Travellers take note.

Pint Or Punishment: This Law Can Fine Bars That Underpour

The Huffington Post Canada | Emma Prestwich | Posted 01.18.2017 | Canada Business

If a pub stiffs you, you can file a complaint with Measurement Canada.

The Perfect Holiday Gifts For The Drink Lover

Ryan Tessier | Posted 12.08.2016 | Canada Living
Ryan Tessier

The holidays are fast approaching and before we know it the New Year will be here. While we scramble about looking for gifts for our loved ones, some can be harder to buy than others. One particular group that can be exceptionally picky is the drinking crowd. You can't just run to the store and grab the first bottle you see; like I said, this crowd is picky. So to help you out, here are a few suggestions to keep you on track for the drink lover this holiday season.

Celebrating The Local Food Movement And Canada's Place In It

Rebecca LeHeup | Posted 11.18.2016 | Canada Living
Rebecca LeHeup

Our food-obsessed culture is more interested than ever in sourcing their food locally, and local food experiences have become one of the primary travel motivators. Through a comprehensive study, we discovered the rise of food tourism is driven by the values of the modern consumer, specifically millennials, who look for immersive travel experiences.

The Evolution Of Beer Advertising

Ryan Tessier | Posted 10.04.2016 | Canada Business
Ryan Tessier

Beer producers have often been on the forefront of marketing trends, finding edgy new ways of capturing the attention of drinkers and making sure their brand loyalty is strong. Even in the early days of advertising, beer brands were the ones responsible for pushing the envelope and finding new ways of engaging consumers.

Canada's Best Oktoberfest Celebrations

Ryan Tessier | Posted 09.14.2016 | Canada Travel
Ryan Tessier

It can be hard to admit that summer has ended and that fall is officially here, but there is one exceptionally great way to ease the pain, and that's celebrating in style. Nothing says fall better than Oktoberfest, the annual Bavarian tradition that dates back over 200 years. While the true celebration has to be experienced in Munich, there are actually some great Canadian events that try to duplicate the festivities without having to travel abroad.

The Top 7 Destinations In The World To Grab A Pint

travelcuts | Posted 08.25.2016 | Canada Travel
travelcuts

Though summer (and patio season) is soon coming to an end, there's no reason to exchange a cold brew for eggnog just yet. From full-bodied ales to refreshing lagers, craft beer has evolved from a fad to its own market. Whether you're in North America or across the pond, you're bound to find variations of a "cold one." Cheers!

Plan Ahead Before Partying With Your Professional Contacts

Reggie Ramone | Posted 08.02.2016 | Canada Living
Reggie Ramone

One of the first suggestions I would make for those looking to have full recollection while out networking with a drink in hand: you need to understand how much your body can handle. You need to understand how much of this potent yet delicious stuff can sit in your body.

Tariff Barriers In Alberta's Beer Market Are Still Unconstitutional

Derek James From | Posted 08.02.2016 | Canada Alberta
Derek James From

Prior to the NDP taking power in 2015, Alberta enjoyed the best market for beer in all of Canada. Although, it was by no means perfect, Albertans were able to enjoy a far greater selection of products from around the world at a much more competitive price than any other consumers in any other province. Then the tinkering started.

The Art Of The Brew

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 08.02.2016 | Canada
Tiffany Leigh

Thanks to the craft beer uprising, people are beginning to understand and appreciate the process involved in creating a crisp and refreshing pint; and...

Canada Already Has An Interprovincial Trade Agreement: Our Constitution

Howard Anglin | Posted 07.27.2016 | Canada Politics
Howard Anglin

Even before Canada's Premiers departed Whitehorse on Friday, media coverage was applauding a "ground-breaking" and "historic" agreement on internal trade within Canada. Not so fast. One key omission was immediately evident. When it comes to alcohol, the agreement will establish "a working group on alcoholic beverages, which will explore opportunities to improve trade in beer, wine and spirits across Canada."

Belgium Is Getting A Beer Pipeline

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 06.04.2016 | Canada Living

It'll eliminate hundreds of transportation trucks.

9 Travel Destinations For The Craft Beer Lover

Ryan Tessier | Posted 05.31.2016 | Canada Travel
Ryan Tessier

The enthusiasm for craft beer has exploded on a global scale, and now virtually anywhere you go, a quality craft beer awaits. However, there are some select vacation spots that offer a beer tourism experience like no other, and this should be on every beer lover's list to travel to at least once.

Boozy Beverages For Guilt-Free Summer Sipping

Theresa Albert | Posted 05.19.2016 | Canada Living
Theresa Albert

It's summer drink season! I spend a lot of time wearing my nutritionist hat warning people about the perils of socializing over boozy beverages, but the truth is our summer season is short. If you play your cards right, you can have your bevvy and drink it, too.

5 Can't-Miss Canadian Summer Beer Festivals

Ryan Tessier | Posted 04.18.2016 | Canada Living
Ryan Tessier

Nothing pairs better during a hot summer day than a cold beer, and there's no better way to experience that cold beer than at the best beer festivals across the country. From coast to coast, Canadians have taken a dedicated interest in craft beer, and it shows; many new beer festivals have popped up in the last few years, and despite being relatively new, have grown to substantial proportions.

Find Your Next Hire Over Beers And Barbecue

Brian Scudamore | Posted 03.31.2016 | Canada Business
Brian Scudamore

We made the mistake of overlooking the "fit factor" before, and morale and productivity plunged. It was difficult to turn it all around. Now we prioritize compatibility during the hiring process -- we want people who work hard and play hard together. Attention to culture fit has not only made our company a better place to work, it's boosted our ROI.

Choose Beer Instead Of Wine For Your Next Dinner Party

Ryan Tessier | Posted 03.18.2016 | Canada Living
Ryan Tessier

When hosting a dinner party, it's almost become second nature to make sure there are a couple bottles of wine at the ready. In fact, most guests will even bring a bottle or two to make sure there is ample supply for the evening. While it's true that wine and food pairing has been a customary part of history for ages, this dedication to serving appropriate wine and food pairings is a relatively recent cultural phenomenon. We think it's time to get back to discovering great beer pairings.

The Health Effects Of 5 Different Kinds Of Alcohol

Dr. Alison Chen, ND | Posted 03.10.2016 | Canada Living
Dr. Alison Chen, ND

While not as therapeutic, an alcoholic drink may actually be healthy for you in moderation. Depending on your health status, the concentration of alcohol and what it's mixed with, a moderate amount of alcohol can benefit a healthy body in various ways.

These 5 Gluten-Free Beers Taste Like The Real Thing

Ryan Tessier | Posted 03.01.2016 | Canada Living
Ryan Tessier

With the advance in modern technology and brewers finding alternative grain bases like corn, rice, millet, buckwheat and sorghum, there are now a handful of breweries that have responded with some surprisingly good alternatives. Here are five gluten-free beers that are sure not to disappoint.

Where To Drink The Best Craft Cocktails In Pittsburgh

Parmjit Parmar | Posted 02.08.2017 | Canada Travel
Parmjit Parmar

Craft cocktails are all the rage and mixology is alive and well throughout the country. Whether you prefer a simple cocktail (the type your parents might have enjoyed, like a gimlet) or something a bit hipper (from prohibition-styled cocktails to exotic mixes), Pittsburgh has it all.

Make This Gingerbread Cake To Celebrate Holiday Happiness

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 12.21.2016 | Canada Living
Tiffany Leigh

If you're an avid baker like me and doing a LOT of swirling and mixing this time of year, I understand that it can be stressful. Supermarkets can run out of the necessities you need. But, I assure you that my gingerbread cake is easy to make and assemble. It's also stupendously forgiving.

Diver Finds Unopened Bottle Of Beer From The 1800s

CP | Posted 11.26.2016 | Canada Living

Beer inside could be drinkable but would probably taste terrible, beer experts say

Canadians Deserve To Drink Beer Without Borders

Derek James From | Posted 11.06.2016 | Canada Alberta
Derek James From

On October 29, the Calgary Herald reported that big changes would be coming that will affect craft brewing in the province. Brewers from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and B.C. would receive favoured treatment while beer originating from outside of these provinces will be taxed 20 to 30 per cent more than suds originating from within.