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Redeye Collective | Billions of people around the world can't afford to eat food that is good for their health. Gerardo Otero is trying to establish a way to measure this risk for people in countries around the world.
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Julien Lalonde | The day we manage to put control of the two things we absolutely can't live without, food and water, into the hands of communities, we will have become the architects of our own freedom.
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An urban garden in Calgary. (Photo:  ItzaFineDay / flickr)
Diana Bronson | No one in charge of a family budget would neglect to include food -- but that is precisely what the federal government has done for years.
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Redeye Collective | About 80 low-income people gathered in the plaza outside CBC Vancouver last month. They set up a tent and ran a radio show outside the CBC during its annual fundraiser for the Food Bank.
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Canada's food guide. Photo: Kathy Cassidy/Flickr
Diana Bronson | For those of us concerned about Canada's food policy, the Dickensian ghost of Christmas future is already here and it has a clear message. Change course, it says, before it's too late.
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Between the Lines | FoodShare's first cookbook, "share" is a celebration of the power of food to bring people together, to nourish and to inspire us.
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Sally Miller | Food Secure Canada (FSC) held its 7th National Assembly last week amid Edmonton's first snowfall.
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Jason Edwards | Atlantic Canadians will cease to require the service of food banks when we grow high-wage, stable jobs, and fund social programs like affordable housing and child care, through progressive taxation.
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Redeye Collective | Raise the Rates in Vancouver challenged people in B.C. to try to eat for a week on $26. Redeye's Peter Driftmier took the challenge and he comes into the studio to talk about how it went.
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David Suzuki | A proposal to build a mega-quarry on valuable farmland in Ontario illustrates the conflict between industry and agriculture. It's also bringing chefs, artists and musicians out for a day of soup.
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David Suzuki | Arctic sea ice is melting at record rates. Scientists say global warming is the main cause and that the consequences could be disastrous. So why aren't we doing something about it?
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Adam Bemma | This week's #CityTalk segment focuses on urban farming, rooftop gardens and food security in Montreal with Tim Murphy from Santropol Roulant.