Activist Toolkit
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Activist Toolkit
| A new report from Food Secure Canada gives a public recipe for a better food system.
News
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Peter Biesterfeld | The former Health Canada scientist and whistleblower was a hero of the non-GMO movement.
Blog
Maya Bhullar | A Canadian activist guide to fight for food, shelter, the environment and peace this holiday.
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.
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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.
News
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Wayne Roberts | 500 food advocates gathered in Halifax to talk about what the food movement has achieved and what their powerhouse can accomplish next.
News
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Kathleen Gibson | Food Secure Canada has been watching the Conference Board of Canada's progress on its "Canadian Food Strategy." This work has been under way since 2010 and is about to be unveiled at a third Summit.
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rabble staff | People from across the country have responded to Food Secure Canada's initiative on food security by posting their own videos on what they think Harper should address in the Throne speech.
Blog
Abra Brynne | Food Secure Canada weighs in on how local foods should be defined and what the new parameters mean for local friendly restaurants.
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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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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.