Podcast
Arti Patel, Vincent McDermott, Sonya Benjamin, Adam Vrankulj, Christian Nathler | Makers take food into their own hands -- art ensues.
News
Our comestibles get artists' creative juices flowing, both in and out of the kitchen.
Arti Patel, Vincent McDermott, Sonya Benjamin, Adam Vrankulj and Christian Nathler | Our comestibles get artists' creative juices flowing, both in and out of the kitchen.
News
A 25 year old who was crippled with a severed spine three weeks ago, he's been lying in a hospital waiting for this Medevac to Dominican for a surgery with hopes of giving him use of his stomach for a wheelchair.  Credit: Graham Lavary.
Graham Lavery | Last week, Graham Lavery was snapping the people of Haiti and thinking of how the desperate scenario before him plays out over and over. Here are his thoughts...
News
Liisa Schofield, By John Clarke | Ontario's pre-budget talks take aim at the Special Diet payment, a monthly allowance that healthcare providers say keeps the poorest citizens healthy.
Blog
Derrick O'Keefe | Walden Bello's latest, The Food Wars, is a great gift idea for the socially conscious reader in your life.
Blog
John Bonnar | More than 790,000 Canadians walked into a food bank in March, an increase of 18 per cent over the previous year according to a new report on hunger and food bank use in Canada.
Podcast
Geoff Hughes, Mitch Podolak | Alert! Radio #136 - Equadorian villagers VS. Vancouver mining company; Maquilla Solidarity Network; Indigenous Environmental Network
Podcast
Geoff Hughes, Mitch Podolak | Alert! Radio #130 - Raj Patel on Food Week and Global Hunger; Mike Fudema on how Greenpeace Invaded the Tar Sands; Mitch Podolak on Music is the weapon.
Columnists
Jerry West | Small agricultural operations are spreading throughout the United States. Almost 300,000 new ones have been recorded since the 2002 census revealing eating local is more than just a passing trend.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | The industrial agriculture that has fed increasing numbers of people for 60 years, thanks to more and more chemical fertilizers and advances in technology, is hitting several brick walls.
News
Lucy Sharratt | After almost 15 years of approving the varieties of GE soy, canola and corn that we now eat, Health Canada has stopped bothering with the formalities.
Book Review
George Fetherling | Bacon, A Love Story and Squeezed: What You Don't Know about Orange Juice are just two from a growing list of titles all about food. Read on for notable highlights of this increasingly popular genre.