Yearly Archives: 2015

Webinar: Field notes for social change, a conversation with Raj Patel

Upcoming Webinar: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 12-1pm EST Join Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) on Tuesday, December 8th  from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EST  for a webinar that explores how social change actually happens. In this one hour webinar, CFCC

FoodARC Shout out in the National Post!

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the National Post about the National Student Food Summit 2015 organized by Meal Exchange! See the attached article below. Stay tuned to see how “The Hand You’re Dealt” will be used as

Food Counts!

By Brett Maletic June, 3, 2015: Today we headed out to the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market for the press release of the much- anticipated “Food Counts: Halifax Food Assessment,” a 2014 report developed through the Halifax Food Policy Alliance. This report takes

Halifax Living Wage Report 2015 now released!

June 1, 2015 By Brett Maletic Today was the much-anticipated press release for Halifax Living Wage 2015; a research report developed by the Nova Scotia Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) and the United Way. Introducing the report were

Report Release: Living Wage for Halifax

. Report Release announcment Living Wage for Halifax

Food Counts report release!

Mark your calendars! On June 3rd, the Halifax Food Policy Alliance invites you to the release of Halifax’s first ever food assessment report – Food Counts. This benchmark research compiles 70 different aspects of food in Halifax and lays the

Make Food Matter Toolkit NOW LAUNCHED!

Nova Scotia is poised to be a leader in creating healthy, just and sustainable food systems. Make Food Matter is a strategy to support FoodARC partners in realizing this vision by moving research to action. Users of the site have

Ecology Action Centre Hiring Community Food Coordinator

Please see the attached JOB POSTING for the position of Community Food Coordinator at the Ecology Action Centre, based in the Halifax office. This is a maternity leave replacement that will begin early-mid June 2015 and end mid July 2016.

Our Food System Panel at FoodARC

Written by Meal Exchange Volunteer Coordinator and FoodARC Volunteer, Meredith Bessey On March 20th, Meal Exchange MSVU, in collaboration with the Mount’s Community Garden Society, hosted the Our Food System Panel. We had a great turn-out and we are excited

Making Food Matter: Moving Our Research to Action

As a result of more than ten years of collaborative and community-based participatory research, a wealth of knowledge has been produced about food systems and food access in Nova Scotia. Make Food Matter is a strategy to support FoodARC partners

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