A recipe to celebrate National Volunteer Week: Classic Canadian Pasta Not a single industry is untouched by this pandemic. And buying local has never been so important – to…
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- Canadian public relations & communication volunteers use their skills, knowledge, and energy to help combat the threat COVID-19 poses to the nation’s food supply August 27, 2020
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Educating Canadians on #farmtofork and #foodsecurity amid COVID-19 through a national #FW2FC network of food-loving communications professionals.
Women are an important part of the Canadian agricultural industry and face unique challenges. However, women in agriculture also find success through sustained community connections. Read more on our blog: http://ow.ly/o7Um50CWgr9
Canadians can expect to pay $695 more for groceries annually. Experts are calling attention to the elevated costs of labour and commodities and climate change. To learn more, click here:
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Meet Katie Keddy from #KeddyFarms in Nova Scotia and learn how their farm has managed COVID-19 restrictions over the last year.
5 students from the University of Alberta School, in collaboration with Rural Development Network suggested sustainable solutions in a comprehensive framework that highlights solution-based approaches and ideas to tackle the issue
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Check out the creative ways Canadian farmers are using to maximize the use of food at the source—their farms!
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