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CTV host Marci and I chat about the that are in liquor stores now. You can click on the...

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What comes to mind when you think of food? Normally evaluated by its quantity, presentation and taste, food is...

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The Assembly of First Nations (AFN), the University of Ottawa, and Université de Montréal released the draft results of...

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Media Contact: Anna McMahon, FC Community Engagement Manager 802-658-7939 ext. 32 amcmahon@cvoeo.org Katie Keszey, Director of Communications 802-262-6162 katie.keszey@ccv.edu...

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Get an update on our National Food Allergy Action Plan and find out what our next steps are in...

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MONTREAL — A Quebec judge has upheld a Montreal borough’s bylaw that limited where new fast food restaurants could...

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The rate of severe food insecurity dropped by one-third among low-income families after a federal child benefit was introduced...

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President Donald Trump talks to the press on the South Lawn of the White House on Nov. 3, 2019,...

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The ‘year of smoke’ or the ‘red sky year’ is how 2019 is likely to be remembered. Fires raged...

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The drone fliers The problem: Climate change exacerbates soil erosion, which costs Canada $3 billion per year. The solution:...

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Everyone loves a good glass of bubbly. Everyone also loves a night in chowing down on their favourite comfort...

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Rates of obesity and diabetes are higher among First Nations adults than in the general Canadian population, while almost...

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You may think you’ve tasted pure decadence, but one bite of a Coco + Muse truffle will change your...

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Food

The future of food

Consider the banana. When they go extinct, kaput, vamoose, maybe that’s when we’ll finally realize we’ve wrecked things. Even...

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OTTAWA — Rates of obesity and diabetes are higher among First Nations adults than in the general Canadian population,...

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But researchers at the University of Toronto say the program doesn’t go far enough to address the issue of...

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The GOODS from Ubuntu Canteen Vancouver, BC | There are some interesting and delicious events on the horizon at...

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Nearly a year after it ran out of funding and abruptly closed its doors, Food Starter has had something...

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If your client has coverage for business interruption and spoiled perishable food inventory, does that still kick in if...

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Friday was an emotional rollercoaster of a day for striking forestry workers on the North Island. More than 200...

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As diners in Toronto, we’re blessed with a plethora of choices, but deciding what to eat can be tough...

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Someone in Nanaimo bought a Girl Guide troop’s entire stock of cookies simply to donate them to charity. The...

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Nuke it. Elizabeth Wang Picture this: it’s 2 a.m. on a Tuesday night during finals season. It’s been raining...

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WASHINGTON — The trial of Roger Stone, the flamboyant former confidant of President Donald Trump, kicked off Tuesday amid...

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SAINT JOHN – When you host an event at the Port Saint John cruise terminals, you’re getting the best...

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On August 25th la Ligue Fédérale des As(LFA) held its 2019 Summer Final Championship Game at the Collège Notre-Dame...

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A new report says food bank use rose four per cent in the Greater Toronto Area in the last...

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The City of Montreal wants to do something about the enormous amount of unsold clothing and food being thrown...

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People in Eel Ground love their takeout. But Erica Ward says they now also love spaghetti with meatballs made...

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The Sudbury Workers’ Education and Advocacy Centre (SWEAC)  wants people to know how a living wage can benefit workers....

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