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[Webinaire] OGM en 2018 : Où en est la biotechnologie dans nos systèmes alimentaires?

25 avril à 13h00 - Joignez-vous au Réseau canadien d'action sur les biotechnologies pour faire un survol de l'actualité, et pour discuter de la réplique au secteur industriel quant à ses messages publics les plus communs, tel que l'argument que nous avons besoin de plants génétiquements modifiés pour nourrir le monde.

[Webinar] GMOs in 2018: What's the latest on biotech in our food systems?

Join the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network for a run down if the most relevant updates, and a brief response to industry’s key public relations messages including the argument that we need GM crops to feed the world. Bring your questions and issues to the table.

Penser et repenser le Guide alimentaire canadien.

Publié sur mon blog, Bouffisme

« Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants. »

RAPPORT - Participation de la société civile vers Une politique alimentaire pour le Canada

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Les événements communautaires Quelle est votre recette pour un meilleur système alimentaire?  était l’opportunité pour la communauté de contribuer au futur de la politique alimentaire. Les membres du RAD ont organisés 23 événements partout à travers le pays pour discuter avec la communauté et 4 sessions en ligne entre le 15 juillet et le 20 septembre.

Preparé pour Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada par le RAD

Auteur et gestionnaire du projet: Jennifer Reynolds Lancement

 

REPORT - Civil Society Engagement Towards A Food Policy for Canada

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What’s Your Recipe for a Better Food System? community engagement events were an opportunity for the community to provide input for A Food Policy for Canada. FSC members hosted 23 in-person events across Canada and 4 web sessions between July 15 and September 30, 2017.

This report was prepared for Agriculture and Agri-food Canada by FSC

Written and managed by Jennifer Reynolds

 

[WEBINAR] Agroecology: Integrating Science, Practice and Social Justice

Food Secure Canada, in partnership with CFICE (Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement) is launching a webinar series to share critical reflections and research about Canada’s food system: Building the Food Movement: Cultivating Connections through Critical Conversations.

[VIDEO] Voices of Farm Renewal in Canada

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Food Secure Canada Releases Short Video on Farm Renewal in Canada

Tuesday, February 28, 2018

Food Secure Canada teamed up with filmmaker Jocelyne Clark to produce a short video on how Canada can better support new farmers and farm renewal to ensure a strong and sustainable food system for generations to come. The film features interviews with three farmers in Quebec, as they share their perspectives on the challenge and opportunities of farming and the future of agriculture in Canada. 

Options for New Farmer Training: A Scan of Farmer Training Programs in North America

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Options for New Farmer Training: A Scan of Farmer Training Programs in North America, explores different models of practical farmer training across North America. This report is the result of a research partnership between FLEdGE: Food, Locally Embedded, Globally Engaged researchers, the Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario (EFAO), and the Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training Southwest Ontario (CRAFT).

[WEBINAR] Stories of sustainable food in Northern Canada

The Northern Food Network is continuing with its Webinar Series highlighting innovative projects, organizations and initiatives working to address food security and build stronger sustaianble food systems in the North.