Podcast
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Victoria Fenner, Resh Budhu | Resh Budhu talks to Paul Taylor of Foodshare about the pandemic, food security and the right to food.
Columnists
 Prime Minister Trudeau attends the Budget Speech delivered by Minister of Finance Bill Morneau in the House of Commons. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Lois Ross | While the budget purports to introduce a national food strategy, what it presents is barely a first step, with a mix of food and agriculture initiatives that are largely unconnected.
Blog
Vegetables at a market. Photo: IFPRI -IMAGES/Flickr
Marina Puzyreva | In spite of its devastating effect, food insecurity in the northern First Nations communities in Manitoba remains a largely overlooked problem.
Columnists
Produce at farmers' market. Photo: John Tornow/flickr
Lois Ross | Will the Liberal government take this opportunity to encourage sustainable agriculture and healthy food practices -- instead of bowing to the pressure of corporations bent on making profits?
Columnists
Lois Ross | Harvest season may be over in Canada, but for activist farmers the work is never done. As winter approaches, food activists are advocating for long-term policy changes that are increasingly urgent.
Columnists
Lois Ross | World Food Day has Lois Ross opening her bookshelf to share good reads about food, agriculture and communities. Here are our farming columnist's top 10 resources this harvest season.
News
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Cory Collins | Regina hunger strike highlights the intense politics of private food in public institutions. How does privatization of food affect those who consume and how can we improve the system?
Blog
Minister of Agriculture Lawrence MacAulay
Wayne Roberts | Trudeau's public mandate letter to Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay is arguably one of the most tantalizing declarations about food policy anywhere in the world.
Blog
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Kelly Hodgins | Eat, think and vote for a viable farming community. We cannot afford to see a nation of empty fields and collapsed fences while remaining complacent with four million hungry bellies.
Blog
Doreen Nicoll | Canada doesn't have a national food policy. Without one the federal government cannot adequately address health, education, economic and environmental issues as they pertain to food insecurity.
News
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Joshua Davidson | Beyond the supermarket crisis and its attendant policy, communities in Nunavut are sparking long-lasting change through food secure initiatives. Are we paying attention?
News
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A. Splawinski | Food accessibility will be a significant issue this election. While the Conservatives prattle on, activists and organizations are picking up the slack and demanding real change to food policy.