Highlights / coffee

Economy, Environment & Animal Life, Indigenous, International, Society

Is our morning coffee in danger?

Apparently a fungus is attacking coffee trees and reducing the harvest.  This is mostly in central and south America where some of the best beans come from. Stuart McCook (MS, PhD), a professor of history, and assistant vice-president international at »

Health, Society

Relax Canadians! Coffee not linked to hardened arteries

In some good news for Canadians, a new study suggests drinking coffee is not harmful to the heart and circulatory system. The study of over 8,000 people in the U.K. who drink up to 25 cups a day shows they »

Environment & Animal Life, International, Society

Coffee under pressure from climate change: report

It always surprises me that fellow Canadians don’t seem fussed about climate change, but a report about predicted effects on coffee crops may change that. ‘A Brewing Storm’ Coffee is the most popular beverage among adult Canadians and we are »


Aaaaakkkk… the coffee bar is closed!!!

Today is a holiday in Canada so the coffee bar in Montreal’s Radio-Canada building is closed and I will tell you why this is something of a crisis for us employees. Out of 80 countries, Canada is ranked number one »