With 2016 being the International Year of the Pulse, we thought it would be a great way to celebrate these wonderful pods of possibility. Plus pulses are grown in Canada, affordable, and of course, super healthy. All the more reason to #lovepulses.
Our recent webinar Setting more places at the table: From social isolation to community connection, featured André Picard, The Globe and Mail’s public health reporter and Wellesley Institute researcher Laura Anderson.
"I don’t know what I would’ve done without this place. My life has changed – it’s like black and white. There’s a lot of interaction and socializing that goes on here. Your mood changes.
The UN has declared 2016 the International Year of the Pulse and we want to celebrate these wonderful pods of possibility. Pulses — lentils, beans, and chickpeas — have plenty of benefits. Full of protein and fibre, pulses are a healthy and versatile addition to almost any meal.
Upcoming webinar: Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 12-1 p.m. Eastern
At this year's CFCC Food Summit, we introduced a new event: a keynote featuring four inspiring social change-makers from Canada and the U.S.: Joanna Kerr Executive Director of Greenpeace Canada, Jessica Bolduc, Executive Director of&nb
Poverty. Health. Environment. Human rights. How do we tackle the complex issues that define our time? In the food movement's work to create a healthy and fair food system, what lessons can we learn from fellow activists?
How do you transform the culture of your organization to move beyond direct food assistance while still supporting the community? Author and scholar, Jan Poppendieck spoke with Nadia Edwards and Nick Saul about the how to achieve such transformation.
Tuesday, December 8, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Eastern
Community Food Centres Canada was happy to collaborate with our Good Food Champion Dr. Mike Evans on his new video and to share the great experience of our FoodFit participants (pictured above). For Dr.