Chefs’ Table Society of BC Gives Back to BC Wine Industry

The GOODS from the Chefs’ Table Society of BC

Vancouver, BC | The Chefs’ Table Society of BC and the BC Wine Industry have a long standing relationship. After steady support from local BC wineries for numerous events, The Chefs’ Table Society has graciously decided to step in and show the same support that they have received from local wineries in the past, with a $1000 donation to a Go Fund Me, a campaign to help cover fees to fight for Canadian Wine for All. To learn more, read the full release on the news wire.


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Board of Directors


Board Members
Scott Jaeger, President
VRobert Belcham, Vice President, Branding & Marketing Chair, Slow Fish Dinner co-Chair
Neil Wyles, Treasurer & Curry Cup Chair
Céline Turenne, Secretary & Executive Director
Danny Markowicz, Scholarship Chair & Chef Meets Truck co-Chair
Chris Whittaker, Sustainability Chair
Darren Clay, Membership Chair & Slow Fish co-Chair
Ryan Bissell, Sustainability co-Chair
Alex Tung, Chef meets Truck co-Chair
Ned Bell, Spot Prawn Festival Chair
Sid Cross, co-founder and advisor
Jamie Maw, co-founder and advisor

About The Chefs’ Table Society of BC

Founded by Jamie Maw and Sid Cross, the Chefs’ Table Society of British Columbia is a registered, non-profit society composed of BC’s leading chefs and culinary professionals. It is a chef administered, province-wide collaborative dedicated to creating a foundation for the exchange of information between culinary professionals. The Society supports innovative and sustainable programs that will inspire, educate and nurture BC chefs, producers and the local food industry. The Chefs’ Table Society secures apprenticeships for and bestows bursaries to emerging local chefs and also finances culinary education programs in BC schools. For more information or to become a member, visit

Next week, small BC wineries are going to the Supreme Court of Canada to intervene in the R. v. Comeau liquor shipping case to make wine from Canadian-grown grapes accessible to all Canadians.

To join the chefs in their support, please donate here.

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