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COVID-19: An opening to transform our food-system?

There are 4.4 million Canadians who are food insecure. Of this number, indigenous and racialized households are disproportionately food insecure. The challenges an already food insecure population face will

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Why Outdoor Farmers’ Markets Matter More Than Ever

Usually, a space for recreation and socializing, outdoor markets in New York are adopting new guidelines due to COVID-19 in order to continue serving their communities.  New safety measures taken

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Shelters, food banks try to prevent COVD-19 infection and continue services

Shelters and food banks are a necessary support service for Toronto’s most vulnerable. Programs are implementing new strategies to curb the spread COVID-19 among the homeless and food insecure

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Why COVID-19 is a food-security issue

Over the past few weeks, empty shelves and unusually long lines at grocery stores have made it even more challenging for Toronto’s most vulnerable populations to access food.  Whether it

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Farmers for Climate Solutions

“agriculture is one of the most promising sectors for delivering fast and effective climate solutions” On February 11, on National Agriculture Day, a new program was launched by the National

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