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The Canadian Club Heritage Centre is set to close at the end of 2017.
The company says that they are refocusing their investments to better cultivate the brand both locally and around the world.
According to a spokesperson, the transition away from the center will occur in two phases. Public tours will continue through March 31st, 2017 and the facility will remain available for all scheduled weddings through December 31st, 2017.
For any scheduled private events, with the exception of weddings in 2017, full refunds will be given, and any bookings for 2018 will be fully refunded.
The future of the building is unknown at this time.
They plan to use the vast collection of art pieces and artifacts inside the building to help promote the brand’s rich history and heritage, and to support the Windsor community.
Meanwhile, the Canadian Club will still continue to be produced at the Windsor distillery.
“We remain focused on bringing the broadened portfolio of spirits to whisky lovers here in Canada and beyond, including the newest release, Canadian Club Chairman’s Select 100% Rye,” they said in a press release.