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Monday, Aug 10, 2015
by Mara

Community Food Centres Canada is pleased to announce our first granting program, which will award $250,000 to community food organizations across Canada. The five $50,000 grants will be paired with consulting services, enabling us to offer tailored and multi-faceted support at a critical time in the organization’s development as

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Friday, Jul 17, 2015
by Mara

It's election time!

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Friday, Jul 10, 2015
by emily

Wednesday, September 30, 2015 – 12-1PM Eastern

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Tuesday, Jun 09, 2015
by emily

Exciting news: Our 2014 Shared Impact Report is now live online! It features collective 2014 program and evaluation results, photos, and stories from The Local, The Table, The Stop and Regent Park Community Food Centres.

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Wednesday, Jun 03, 2015
by emily

Across the country, momentum is building around policies and initiatives that can create better health, better equality, and positive differences in the lives of Canadians living on low incomes.

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Friday, Mar 06, 2015
by emily

More than 100 community food leaders from across Canada gathered in Toronto February 27 – March 1 for Community Food Centres Canada's first Food Summit. This Food Summit brought together food experts from nation-wide Community Food Centres and Good Food Organizations to learn from one another, share best practices, and cultivate Canada’s good fo

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Thursday, Feb 12, 2015
by emily

Exciting times are ahead! At the end of this month, 100 community food leaders will convene in Toronto for CFCC’s 1st Annual Food Summit!

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Monday, Dec 08, 2014
by emily

We're excited to welcome aborrd our first cohort of Good Food Organizations: 37 organizations, spread across seven provinces and 28 cities and towns, that by joining the program are making a commitment to offering respectful, responsive, and impactful food programs in their communities as a way of decreasing hunger, building better physical and

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Thursday, Dec 04, 2014
by emily

Robert Palmer is in his 60s. Since his wife died four years ago, Robert has had to cook for himself for the first time. Despite his participation in cooking programs at The Local Community Food Centre in Stratford, ON, he was surviving on fast food, frozen foods, and energy drinks.

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Wednesday, Dec 03, 2014
by emily

For anyone who didn't attend Food Secure Canada's recent conference in Halifax, but is keen to get filled in, you'll be happy to hear that FSC has made all the plenary sessions available online.

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