Every year, the Squamish Nation distributes fresh sockeye for free to ensure the community has traditional food. Source: CBC News | May 6, 2017
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“People don’t really understand the cultural impact,” says Hopkins. “It’s just a clam in Western eyes.” Source: CBC News | May 5, 2017
Cedar Community Secondary School students will learn about hydroponics and eat fresh vegetables thanks to money from Island Health’s Community Wellness Grant. Source: Nanaimo News Bulletin | April 5, 2017
Alberta is expanding its school food program. Students will receive a meal or snack each day, in every publicly funded school board in the 2017-18 school year. Source: Province | April 4, 2017
Fresh, locally grown kale, at the edge of the Arctic Circle? A Ryerson University student project is proving it’s possible to grow vegetables in a part of Canada where almost nothing green can survive. Source: National Observer | March 31, 2017
British Columbia public health officials effectively forced the Vancouver food bank to shut down a privately funded alternative-health program offered by a wealthy Alberta oilman’s non-profit foundation because it posed a potential health risk to thousands of unwitting Lower Mainland food bank clients. Source: CBC News | April 3, 2017