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From Industrial Food to World Food: a book launch and panel discussion

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 6:00pm

Location

FoodShare Toronto
90 Croatia
Toronto
Canada

How does industrial food influence the way we eat?
What are communities around the world doing to respond to this challenge?
Can we restore a healthy and just food system?
How is public consciousness around food changing? 

| October 10, 2013
October 9, 2013 |
If it were up to you, what would you propose to turn Canada's food system around? Send us your 30-second video.
| October 1, 2013

Take the Annual Welfare Food Challenge!

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 (All day) - Wednesday, October 23, 2013 (All day)

Location

Vancouver, BC
Canada

Can you live on $610/month? If you’re on welfare, your $610 monthly cheque leaves you with a food budget of $26/week. During the week of October 16, join hundreds of people across the province in pledging to live on ONLY the food you can buy with $26. Take a stand against inadequate welfare rates. Join us in telling the world that it’s time to raise the rates.

September 30, 2013 |
FSC penned a letter to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency regarding the definition of "local". Read, comment and share.

Our Eat Local challenge is on all this week

Join rabble.ca in our new Eat Local! food and sustainability challenge.

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Wild foraging for fall foods and medicines

Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 11:00am - 4:00pm

Location

The Garden Path
395 Conway Rd.
Victoria, BC
Canada

Hey Wild Ones,

I am hosting this amazing workshop led by Miles Olson, author of "Unlearn, Rewild".

http://milesolson.net/about/

There is only 12 spots available in this workshop, so let me know asap if you are interested as spots will fill up quick! : )
$45.00 for the Day- bring a lunch, warm clothes and a pen and notebook for writing- as there will be allot of information. We will have forest time as well as some class time in the Yurt on property.

Wild Foraging for Fall Foods and Medicines:

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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| June 24, 2013
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