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Healthy Food For All

garden marketHealthy and Sustainable Food Systems in Ontario

Seven organizations collaborated on this project to increase the capacity of local communities to create and strengthen sustainable local food systems in Ontario.

FoodShare Toronto’s Good Food Box Program

This story was written by Yusheng Pan & Tenzin Lodoe, students in the Community Based Nursing Practice Program of Trent University, based on research and interviews with FoodShare Toronto staff in February-March 2013.

Healthy Communities Symposium 2013

basic information about the 2013 Symposium, Rural Communities - the Root to HealthCo-hosted by the Haliburton Communities in Action Committee and OHCC, the 2013 Healthy Communities Symposium was a resounding success. Thanks to all the sponsors, speakers and participants that made this a wonderful event.

The Fabric of Society Project

The Fabric of Society Project
Written by Janet Sherbanowski

The Fabric of Society is about strength, and how we in society create our own reality and change it.  

The Sky Garden: Rooftop Gardening at the University of Toronto

With their heads in the books, most students have little time left for cooking, let alone gardening. Most students are reliant on pre-package and restaurant food and have little chance to connect to food sources, especially among students who live in the city. The Sky Garden at the University of Toronto attempts to change students’ relationship to food and to gardening. As the first Canadian campus rooftop garden, the Sky Garden provides students with an opportunity to take a break from the books, enjoy some fresh air, and grow and eat fresh organic produce.

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