Thoughts on the Food Secure Canada 9th National Assembly


On October 13-16th, 2016 Ryerson University in Toronto hosted one of the most vibrant conversations on food movement and national food policy: Resetting the table, Food Secure Canada’s 9th assembly. This annual gathering brought together a wide range of actors who are involved in food policy discussion, including community activists, policy makers, food movement leaders, … Continue reading Thoughts on the Food Secure Canada 9th National Assembly

CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS. Indigenous Food Sovereignty: Concept, Cases and Conversations


Indigenous food sovereignty is more relevant in the era of reconciliation for First Nations/Metis and Inuit peoples in Canada and North America.  The alarmingly high rate of food insecurity among Indigenous peoples in Canada and resulting poor health and well-being outcomes compares very poorly to the rest of the Canadian population. According to recent available … Continue reading CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS. Indigenous Food Sovereignty: Concept, Cases and Conversations