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George Lessard | Six Northern New Democrat MPs have written to Auditor General Michael Ferguson after all three territorial legislative assemblies voted unanimously for an audit of the Con’s failed Nutrition North
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Amy Goodman | Forty-five years after Martin Luther King Jr. launched his Poor People's Campaign, poverty is again at crisis levels in the U.S.
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George Lessard | "You've got the Nunavut government, now our government of the N.W.T., the Yukon government, telling the government something is wrong. I think that should be a strong signal there's something wrong...
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George Lessard | You think the cost of living is high where you live? Check out how much it costs in Nunavut!
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Lauren McCauley | Tens of thousands of activists are uniting in a global day of action to "take back the food supply," in a worldwide March Against Monsanto Saturday.
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Sally Miller | As Earth Day 2013 rolls around, a frenzy of land grabbing threatens our food supply, Indigenous land use practices, access to water and the future of farming.
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Hannah Renglich | On April 9 and 10, the Conference Board of Canada hosted their 2nd Canadian Food Summit in Toronto -- with industry interests most prominently featured in all of the presentations and panels.
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David Suzuki | When Canada became the only country to abandon the UN Desertification Convention, it didn't just further isolate itself on the world stage; it also showed a disregard for the risks of drought at home.
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Hannah Renglich | Earlier this month, the United Nations' Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Olivier De Schutter, made a number of recommendations for addressing food security in Canada.
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rabble staff | Topics of discussion on rabble.ca's discusion forum, babble.
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FoodShare Webcast of UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Report.
Hannah Renglich | The report includes a section devoted to Indigenous peoples and their disproportionate vulnerability to food insecurity, diet-related illness and lack of access to land and traditional foods.
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John Sorenson | The discovery of horseflesh in a number of otherwise-labelled meat products in Europe is being described as a scandal but it is an entirely predictable result of industrialized animal exploitation.