This Month’s “Best of”: Celebrating Community and Food

April is almost over! How did that happen? Anyways, that means it’s time for us to post our favourite food security and food justice contributions of the month. Here they are: The “Stone Soup Festival”, a much loved community food event, will kick off on May 11. The festival is a celebration of food, art,Continue reading “This Month’s “Best of”: Celebrating Community and Food”

Re-Defining Charity to Bite Down on Food Injustice

This is part three in a three-part series that explores new ways to end hunger in our communities that foster dignity, health and equality for everyone. Written by our Lead Partner Jonathan Bird. Charity is a slippery concept. For instance, Canadian law does not have a fixed definition of what charity is or of whatContinue reading “Re-Defining Charity to Bite Down on Food Injustice”

Hungry for Justice: Home Economics for the Kitchen-less

This is part two in a three-part series that explores new ways to end hunger in our communities that foster dignity, health and equality for everyone. Written by our Lead Partner Jonathan Bird. “No, my room doesn’t have a kitchen, but I do have a hotplate and last month I bought a skillet,” says theContinue reading “Hungry for Justice: Home Economics for the Kitchen-less”