Fed but Under-Nourished

Part Two of a four-part series examining what malnourishment looks like in Metro Vancouver and exploring how we can address this unnecessary phenomenon. While talking recently with women at a low-income housing project in Vancouver, I discovered that they do not like to drink the water in their building, because it is cloudy and hasContinue reading “Fed but Under-Nourished”

Hunger And Malnourishment Has Many Faces

In this four-part series, we examine what malnourishment looks like in Metro Vancouver and explore how we can address this unnecessary phenomenon. Despite plentiful outlets for food in our city – grocery stores, farmers markets, produce shops, urban farms, restaurants, cafes, food banks, soup kitchens, community kitchens, urban organic produce delivery – many residents areContinue reading “Hunger And Malnourishment Has Many Faces”