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Rempel funds academic wine research following lobbying from embattled industry

News | YAEL BERGER
Published: Friday, 07/24/2015 7:32 pm EDT
Last Updated: Monday, 07/27/2015 9:49 am EDT
Photo courtesy of the University of British Columbia
At Friday afternoon's announcement of Western Economic Diversification Canada funding were, from left: Ezra Cipes, BC Wine Institute Director, chair of the BC Wine Appellation Task Group and CEO of Summerhill Winery; Ron Cannan, Kelowna-Lake Country MP; Prof. Deborah Buszard, UBC's Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Principal of UBC Okanagan; Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification; Prof. Roger Sugden, Dean of UBC’s Faculty of Management; and John Skinner, chair of Terroir BC and proprietor of Painted Rock Estate Winery.

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