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November 4, 2013 |
According to a new study, more than half of all Canadian shoppers buy some kind of organic food product every week.
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September 30, 2013 |
FSC penned a letter to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency regarding the definition of "local". Read, comment and share.

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Hungry hearts: A grassroots alternative to food banks in small town Ontario

"Woodstock is a small town with big city problems," says Steve Giuliano, a self-described "community chaplain." Nestled in southern Ontario's Oxford County, the town of 38,000 has more than its share of problems. Substance abuse and unemployment throttle development.

Operation Sharing, a charity run by local churches, is discovering new ways of helping the less fortunate. Giuliano, Operation Sharing's director, has found success in eschewing traditional forms of humanitarianism for more innovative programs.

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