Tag archive for Food Access

Debbie Field’s Big Idea

Debbie Field, the executive director of FoodShare, has a big idea for how to make Toronto a better place to live: Put food first in urban planning and social policy “Imagine

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Farmers’ Markets and their Practices Concerning Income, Privilege and Race: A Case Study of the Wychwood Artscape Barns in Toronto

Abstract: Farmers’ markets provide high quality, local produce and are often considered an environmentally sustainable food practice. United States studies have scrutinized farmers’ markets as exclusionary white spaces that are

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Food Deserts and Priority Neighbourhoods in Toronto

Abstract: While the benefits of a healthy diet on an individual’s quality of life and general health are becoming widely recognized, basic access to quality and affordable food remains a

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Placing Food

Abstract: The cornucopia that tempts Torontonians and other global urbanites is distracting us from the serious and growing problem of placeless food. If we look to the most common place

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