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The Eastern Ontario Agri-news has no fewer than three stories about small-scale cheese production. The stories feature OCS members Les Brebis sur le Toit Bleu and Fifth Town.[2022-10-17]

The Vermont Institute for Artisan Cheese will be running 2 interesting courses for cheesemakers about artisan cheese practices: Canada and New England (November 5th-7th) and Spanish Cheeses (December 3rd-5th) [2022-09-27]

The Globe and Mail talks about Thunder Oak Gouda, and byzantine import rules that may limit the sort of cheese that you can buy over the holiday season… [2022-09-10]

News about proposed regulations that would influence what is allowed to be put into your cheese! (members only, login required) Even the National Post thinks this is important…

Could global warming affect our cheese? NPR story; 2022-09-04

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