“God, humanity, and land” – WHO IS ASKING INTERESTING QUESTIONS IN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW WE EAT? (POST #7)

As we continue to explore the dynamic between food and justice, let us introduce you to… Kurtis Peters currently facilitates a bulk-buying group focused on connecting local organic farms with his community around Commercial Drive in East Vancouver. He also currently teaches Biblical Hebrew and related things at UBC, and tries to plug food inContinue reading ““God, humanity, and land” – WHO IS ASKING INTERESTING QUESTIONS IN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW WE EAT? (POST #7)”

Impact of ‘Compass’ on People who are Vulnerable

  By The Reverend Christine Wilson, Care Advocate, Kerrisdale/Marpole Community Pastoral Resource Centre at St. Faith’s Anglican Church Many non-profit organizations supporting people in our neighbourhoods who are vulnerable often used to keep FareSavers on hand to give to clients who needed to use public transit. BC TransLink is no longer issuing ‘FareSaver’ tickets and now that theContinue reading “Impact of ‘Compass’ on People who are Vulnerable”