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Accessibilty and Sustainability: Two Peas in a Pod

  Last year, Vancouver Island University (VIU) conducted a survey to determine how the campus could improve its food system. The survey results a demonstrated a need for greater access to inexpe

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Join Us: Beyond Campus Food Banks Webinar!

  No student should have to choose between buying food and buying textbooks, but far too many do every year. In fact, almost every campus across Canada now has a food bank, and a growing number

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Good Foods Week Celebrations at UNBC

  How do you make building local, equitable and just food systems on the forefront of everyone campus community members’ mind? Just ask the University of Northern British Columbia’s Campus G

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A "Pocket" Farmers' Market at Capilano U

  Summer flashed by and it’s time to “fall” back into the student routine again. With this in mind, the Foodworks student organizer hosted the first CapU Pocket Farmers’ Market on Tuesda

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Students Support Community Food Centres

  Every year at around this time, a new crop of students start field placements at Community Food Centres, places where people come together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food for a

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Posted on September 30, 2014 by Sarah Archibald

Coming Up with a Canadian Food Policy

Watch this very important talk by Food Secure Canada's Executive Director Diana Bronson.  In this TedX Talk, Diana discusses how food insecurity, diet related diseases and farm instability

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Posted on September 23, 2014 by Sarah Archibald

Forks Helping Farms

Small-scale farmers, fishers and foragers provide about 70% of the world's food (ETC, 2009). Bon Appetit Management Company respects the hard work of farmers by requiring chefs to purchase approx

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Posted on September 19, 2014 by Caitlin Colson

Apply for Funding to Attend Canadian Association of Food Studies Conference - May 2015

The Canadian Association of Food Studies (CAFS) meets annually as a part of Congress to share emerging research, connect and build a dialogue between academics and community members who represent

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Posted on August 25, 2014 by Caitlin Colson

Upcoming Webinar: Putting Local on the Menu

Cost effective tools and strategies for local institutional purchasing are coming just in time for back to school. The National Good Food Network's webinar "Putting Local on the Menu" presents 5 best

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