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Wayne Roberts | It's taken a long time, but the powerful, yet unsung food movement is finally seeing mainstream success as Loblaws-Weston puts 'cosmetically challenged' fruit in the produce aisle.
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Jesse Bauman | By making food literacy--or lack thereof--the basic issue or explanation for food insecurity, we risk losing sight of larger structural issues while leaning towards a dangerous kind of victim-blaming.
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Wayne Roberts | People who think of the women's rights movement as an urban, Western trend will be surprised to learn what women in eastern Africa are cooking up to express the IWD motto, 'make it happen.'
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CFRC hosts the 2015 Homelessness Marathon
Dan Kellar | As CKMS's 2015 Homelessness Radio Marathon Contribution, we organized a roundtable with members of KW-based Alliance Against Poverty, a grassroots community organization.
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Redeye Collective | President Michel Martelly and the Haitian senate have been unable to agree on law for administering elections. As a result, parliament is no longer sitting and the president is now ruling by decree.
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Jesse Bauman | By making food literacy--or lack thereof--the basic issue or explanation for food insecurity, we risk losing sight of larger structural issues while leaning towards a dangerous kind of victim-blaming.
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Redeye Collective | Canada is one of the wealthiest countries in the world yet millions of Canadians live in poverty. Dignity for All has just published a anti-poverty plan to get this issue on the national agenda.
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Jesse Bauman | By making food literacy--or lack thereof--the basic issue or explanation for food insecurity, we risk losing sight of larger structural issues while leaning towards a dangerous kind of victim-blaming.
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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?
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Jessica Prupas | A roundup of the highlights from the Blogs this week
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Iglika Ivanova | Poverty is not a problem that can be solved by soup kitchens, food banks and Christmas toy drives any more than a leaky roof can be fixed by mopping the puddles off the floor.
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Brenna Owen | This blog explores the food security and climate change issues unfolding in the Canadian Arctic, in the context of UN Climate Change Negotiations.