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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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Growing in to Local Food at O-week

  Orientation week is an especially groovy time of year because you can make a statement to a heap of incoming students about the campus culture, educate them about cool stuff, and spark interes

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Campus Spotlight: McGill

The Campus Food Systems Project got it start at McGill University in 2009. Over the past five years there have been significant changes in menus, purchases and the campus eating experience. For a foo

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Seed Saving with the University of Ottawa

Good things come in small packages. This saying has proven true many times, but was especially true at a seed saving workshop in late August.The University of Ottawa Student Learning Garden and Sustai

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The World's Largest FairTrade Brownie!

McGill's Food and Dining Services has a rather odd tradition - start every year off with a record-breaking food project. Something that makes our team at the Campus Food Systems Project so happy about

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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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