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Mihiri Witharana, Joyce Slater | While having adequate income is the best solution to food insecurity, community-based educational programs that increase life skills, including food skills, can be part of an overall solution.
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Doreen Nicoll | As precarious part-time and contract positions become a way of life for Canadians more of us will experience food insecurity. This federal election is the perfect time to ask candidates their stance.
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Ole Hendrickson | The phrase "plight of the bumblebee" has been used to describe the dramatic population declines in many North American bee species. What's driving bee extinction and what can be done to stop it?
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Doreen Nicoll | Consider the political, social, economic and environmental impacts your food purchases have today and for generations to come.
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Jesse Bauman | People living on a low income need more money, but cash transfers aren't a silver bullet.
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Megan Hooft | The federal government purports to represent democracy and support human rights. However, marginalized people are struggling to be heard and charities that support them are being victimized.
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Jesse Bauman | People living on a low income need more money, but cash transfers aren't a silver bullet.
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Jesse Bauman | People living on a low income need more money, but cash transfers aren't a silver bullet.
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Jesse Bauman | What chickens and bowling balls can teach you about donating to food banks.
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Joshua Davidson | NDP MP Dennis Bevington led a motion calling for urgent reform to the Nutrition North food subsidy program because it is not serving the community properly. The motion was defeated on June 8. Why?
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Eric Doherty | If we want job creation and pollution reduction in Canada, then there is an obvious solution: invest in public transit across Canada.
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Jesse Bauman | Sticking to the province's 'Nutritious Food Basket' is a basically absurd exercise in remote communities, where food access is limited and expensive.