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Webinar Recording: Feeding the City, Webinar 4: Leading on Food Security: Emergency Responses in a Diverse City

How have communities mobilized to bring emergency food relief to diverse neighborhoods in the city suburbs? What programmes have they developed to make nutritious and culturally appropriate food available to local residents in need? How has the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted systemic barriers to food access and equity? Join us for an interactive roundtable from TorontoContinue reading “Webinar Recording: Feeding the City, Webinar 4: Leading on Food Security: Emergency Responses in a Diverse City”

Upcoming Online Event: Leading on Food Security: Emergency Responses in a Diverse City

Click here to Register About this Event How have communities mobilized to bring emergency food relief to diverse neighborhoods in the city suburbs? What programmes have they developed to make nutritious and culturally appropriate food available to local residents in need? How has the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted systemic barriers to food access and equity? JoinContinue reading “Upcoming Online Event: Leading on Food Security: Emergency Responses in a Diverse City”

Highlight: TORONTO VIRTUAL SEEDY SATURDAY , SAT FEB 27, 10 am to 4 pm

Save the Date! the Toronto Virtual Seedy Saturday is on Sat  February 27, 10 am to 2 pm  This year, due to COVID concerns, Seedy Saturday is going virtual!   Brought to you by Seeds of Diversity Canada, Toronto Urban Growers and Toronto SS organizers, this Virtual Seedy Saturday promises to be full of greatContinue reading “Highlight: TORONTO VIRTUAL SEEDY SATURDAY , SAT FEB 27, 10 am to 4 pm”

Podcast Highlight: Gastronomica Issue 21.1 with Jayeeta Sharma and Bryan Dale

“For this episode, Jayeeta (Jo) Sharma and Bryan Dale join Editorial Collective member Bob Valgenti to discuss their project (and subject of their upcoming COVID-19 Research Dispatch) “Feeding the City, Pandemic and Beyond”, which has developed a model of public scholarship that documents food system experiences, community challenges and local resilience. By engaging grassroots voices, from farmers and urban growersContinue reading “Podcast Highlight: Gastronomica Issue 21.1 with Jayeeta Sharma and Bryan Dale”

Event Highlight: 2021 Summit on poverty, Inequity & Hunger | Tuesday February 9th 2021 at 5:00 PM EST | Feed Scarborough

About this Event 2021 Summit on Poverty, Inequity, & Hunger | Feed Scarborough Tickets, Tue, 9 Feb 2021 at 5:00 PM | Eventbrite Zoom link to attend: Click here! The COVID-19 Pandemic has amplified the existing inequities in our community; we’re all in the same storm, but in different boats. Participants in the first half ofContinue reading “Event Highlight: 2021 Summit on poverty, Inequity & Hunger | Tuesday February 9th 2021 at 5:00 PM EST | Feed Scarborough”

In Solidarity with Protesting Indian Farmers from Canada.

This December, the Indian Government is putting into effect legislation that has the potential to drastically affect the livelihood of farmers all across the nation. Protests are currently being held by Indian farmers in opposition to the effects of the legislation, as they see the forthcoming changes as a devastating step backwards from their collectiveContinue reading “In Solidarity with Protesting Indian Farmers from Canada.”

Hunger and Our Communities: Organization Highlight

In this season of giving, our Feeding City team seeks to highlight and appreciate the tremendous work of just a few of the many food supports organizations that serve a wide range of communities and vulnerable groups that face hunger and food insecurity. An estimated 6,000 new clients accessed food banks in Toronto in JuneContinue reading “Hunger and Our Communities: Organization Highlight”

Event Highlight: Dishing Up Toronto Dumpling Making Virtual Workshop Friday, December 18th 6 – 7:30pm

Dishing Up Toronto is, by now, a longstanding partnership with the Toronto Ward Museum. Through creative, equity-focused Culinary Tourism, DUT aims to showcase the diverse foodways of Toronto. These two events are co-organized with CaterToronto, an innovative social enterprise seeking to increase newcomer and women’s access to secure employment in the food economy through community-based catering. Continue reading “Event Highlight: Dishing Up Toronto Dumpling Making Virtual Workshop Friday, December 18th 6 – 7:30pm”

Event Highlight: Dishing Up Toronto Interactive Event: Love Letter to Toronto’s Food and Food Makers. Saturday December 19th 6 – 7pm

Dishing Up Toronto is, by now, a longstanding partnership with the Toronto Ward Museum. Through creative, equity-focused Culinary Tourism, DUT aims to showcase the diverse foodways of Toronto. These two events are co-organized with CaterToronto, an innovative social enterprise seeking to increase newcomer and women’s access to secure employment in the food economy through community-based catering. Continue reading “Event Highlight: Dishing Up Toronto Interactive Event: Love Letter to Toronto’s Food and Food Makers. Saturday December 19th 6 – 7pm”

Announcement: Full webinar recordings are available on the Feedingcity.org

As a part of this projects initiative we provide our fully recorded webinars on our youtube channel: Feeding City and our resource page at https://feedingcity.org/resources/ Watch full webinars below or click the link to watch it on youtube and subscribe to our channel for more relevant content. Webinar 1: Feeding the City Webinar: Urban Agriculture,Continue reading “Announcement: Full webinar recordings are available on the Feedingcity.org”

Event Highlight: Thinking Outside of the Donation Box: Looking beyond the charity model of addressing food insecurity in Canada. Thursday December 17, 1 pm to 2:30 pm EST

Thinking Outside of the Donation Box:  Looking beyond the charity model of addressing food insecurity in Canada   Thurs. Dec. 17, 1 pm to 2:30 pm EST A message from Trent University: As we near the 40th anniversary of food banking in Canada, food insecurity is only growing. The most Canadians ever, 4.4 million, were living with foodContinue reading “Event Highlight: Thinking Outside of the Donation Box: Looking beyond the charity model of addressing food insecurity in Canada. Thursday December 17, 1 pm to 2:30 pm EST”

Afri-Can FoodBasket presents Cultivating Black Food Sovereignty In Toronto Celebrating the Past, Envisioning the Future November 27th – 28th, 2020

Location: Virtual (Zoom) Conference Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm (November 27 th ); 9:00am – 2:30pm (November 28th) On Friday, November 27th and Saturday, November 28th , Afri-Can FoodBasket (AFB) will be hosting Toronto’s first Black Food Sovereignty Conference, a FREE, online event exploring the cultivation of food sovereignty in Toronto’s African, Caribbean & Black (ACB)Continue reading “Afri-Can FoodBasket presents Cultivating Black Food Sovereignty In Toronto Celebrating the Past, Envisioning the Future November 27th – 28th, 2020”

Webinar Highlight: Exploring Critical Food Studies with the Canadian Association for Food Studies By: Madeleine Frechette

In its simplest form, the field of critical food studies examines where food comes from and how people relate to the food that they eat. However, to confine critical food studies to such simplistic terms would be a significant disservice to the ever-evolving field. The systems through which food is produced, distributed, and consumed are subject to constant change, as they intersect with the formal andContinue reading “Webinar Highlight: Exploring Critical Food Studies with the Canadian Association for Food Studies By: Madeleine Frechette”

Research Article Highlight: Beyond Health & Nutrition: Re-framing school food programs through integrated food pedagogies”

This research article by Barbara Parker and Mario Koeppel confirms that a universal cost-shared healthy school food program is needed in Canada. This integrative approach to food extends our understanding of food beyond charity, and opens up conversations about food as a human right. Its analysis shows the need to go beyond a health orContinue reading “Research Article Highlight: Beyond Health & Nutrition: Re-framing school food programs through integrated food pedagogies””

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