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COVID-19

STAFF EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT – HR & OHS

Original Publication . Published March 15, 2020.

***Given the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, this statement will be updated as new developments occur and will be time and date stamped each time a change is made. Last update: Sunday, March 15, 2020, 3:30pm

These are extraordinary times. With the global spread of COVID-19 reaching pandemic levels, it is critical that we all do what we can to help...

COVID-19

STAFF EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT – HR & OHS

Original publication. Published on: March 06, 2020

Public health officials have currently identified that the risk of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading within British Columbia is low, and WorkSafeBC is continuing to monitor the progression of...

COVID-19

BC Food & Beverage (BCFB) is continuing to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on our members and the industry. We’ve received an overwhelming response from our members outlining both the impact (short-term and long-term) to their business, but also strategies they are implementing to protect their business and employees.

Both the impact and response to COVID-19 continues to evolve. While BC is still considered a safe place to be, The Ministry of Health, Office of the Provincial Health Officer and the BC Centre for Disease Control have plans to respond to this new virus and the BC...

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BC Food & Beverage is looking to add another industry voice to its Board of Directors

BCFB is are currently accepting applications for an available processor seat on our Board

Priority will be given to candidates who can strengthen our governance, strategic decision making and ability to support BCFB’s programs and resources.

If you are a BC food or beverage manufacturer and have a passion for strengthening the industry in BC. We want to hear from you! Please send your expression of interest with a brief cover letter outlining that you meet the qualifications...

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Article written by: Alon Segev, managing partner and Eric Kroshus, 2019/2020 articling student.

In the late 19th Century, brewers in America started to set up “tied houses” in order to get their product to the masses. Tied houses were saloons financed and supported by specific brewers for the purpose of selling that brewer’s beer. Anheuser Busch, the legendary St. Louis based company, was one of the brewers at this movement’s forefront.

The...

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