Food safety

Earth to Tables: a multimedia tool for educators

Since 2015, a group of food activists have come together to develop and launch the Earth to Tables Legacies project, a multimedia educational package focused on food justice and food sovereignty. The website offers a plethora of resources including compelling videos and facilitator’s guides supplemented by insightful commentary from activists & academics across Turtle Island...
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A Dozen Local Food Heroes on What a Pandemic Teaches

Photo: British Columbians have responded with enthusiasm for local food during the public health crisis. Can we build on what we’ve learned, and make it stick? Photo: Jamil Rhajiak, UBC Farm. We asked: What has COVID-19 shown you about making our food system better? If there’s one thing the pandemic has taught all of us,...
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Local Food Literacy in Schools: Q&A from Ontario

Photo: Burlington Public Library, “Edible Library” In December 2017 Sustain Ontario released its Local Food Literacy in Schools: Frequently Asked Questions Guide to share ideas and useful resources with school champions who are bringing local food literacy into their classrooms.  Since the release of the guide we have shared each of the 10 FAQs as a...
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Food Protection – Vital to Your Business

Food protection is a very important part of your business. Illnesses related to food cost British Columbians millions of dollars in health care expenses, lost wages, workers’ compensation claims, and legal fees every year. You can help prevent some of these illnesses and liabilities by running a safe and sanitary food business. Besides protecting the...
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Sustain Ontario

Cooking Up Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools – Webinar Recap

By Carolyn Webb, Sustain Ontario The recorded webinar and presentation slides from our Cooking Up Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools are now available! This webinar was the third in our Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools webinar series.  Recorded on March 22, 2017, this webinar focused on how to teach local food literacy while engaging students in preparing...
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Increasing Indigenous children's access to traditional foods report release

Increasing Indigenous Children’s Access to Traditional Foods in Early Childhood Programs

Indigenous cultures and identities are closely connected to the lands and waters where traditional foods are obtained. Harvesting, preparing and sharing traditional foods are important practices of Indigenous cultures, and traditional foods are part of a healthy diet. The Population and Public Health program, BC Centre for Disease Control, Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) and...
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