Packaging specialist Joe Dixon keeps an eye on a line that was packaging 1,600 cans per minute on a recent visit to the company’s biggest Canadian brewery just off Highway 427.

Beer sales plummet. Molson is therefore investing $60 million in its Toronto factory to try something different.

Frederic Landtmeters is an optimist. As he guides one of the oldest brands in the country into a new era, the Belgian president of Molson Coors Canada has to be. “Something one of our industry colleagues said to me, literally, was, ‘This industry is doomed to decline forever.’ I mean no. There is growth,” says …

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