Food

Food for pot: Cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals now legal but can’t be sold for some time | CBC News

One year after recreational cannabis was legalized across Canada, three new types of products have received the green light and are no longer illegal. However, the rules for those products — which…

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Beef recall expands as Toronto slaughterhouse co-operates with food watchdog | The Star

A large recall of raw beef and veal products continued to expand this week with food safety watchdogs in Canada and the United States issuing safety warnings about meat linked…

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New research shows food insecurity especially high for north-end Halifax residents – Halifax | Globalnews.ca

By Canada’s food guide standards – fruits, vegetables, protein and whole grains should be part of everyone’s daily food intake. However, healthy and nutritious foods aren’t accessible, or affordable for…

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Montreal wants to bar grocery stores from throwing food in trash | CBC News

As part of its plan to go zero-waste by 2030, the City of Montreal wants to bar large grocery stores from throwing organic waste into the trash. “We’re producing food. There’s…

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Thanksgiving, harvest time and Oktoberfest blend cultural food cuisines | CBC News

Harvest celebrations intersect this weekend as the Thanksgiving holiday begins and K-W Oktoberfest kicks off. For both, food is a central focus. The German clubs in Waterloo Region certainly have more than…

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Singh votes in Burnaby, B.C.; Trudeau at Thanksgiving food drive | CBC News

Politics·COMING UP LIVE Where the party leaders are on Day 33 of the federal election Here’s what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada’s political parties are…

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Thanksgiving at the Daily Bread Food Bank | The Star

They recently set a record at the Daily Bread Food Bank but no one’s happy about it. “Last year for the first time ever there were more than a million…

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Model volunteers: Talent agency fills U-Haul with food, clothing for the Bahamas | CBC News

An Ottawa talent agency with a personal connection to the Bahamas brought actors, models and other volunteers together Saturday to fill a truck with donations for people rebuilding after Hurricane Dorian….

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‘We do get into conflicts’: When a food inspector makes a surprise visit to a restaurant | CBC News

Food inspectors generally have no issues with about 90 per cent of restaurants on P.E.I., says Ryan Neale, manager of the province’s Environmental Health Office. But there are some food premise…

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Getting curried away: Where to eat Indian food in St. John’s | CBC News

Indian food is relatively new to the dining scene here in St. John’s. One of the first Indian restaurants, Curry House, didn’t appear on Water Street until the early 1980s…

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Curious Crumbs: Combining love, life and food | CBC News

CBC New Brunswick has travelled across the province in search of restaurants serving up surprising dishes in small places. For the fourth and final part of the series, we visited Bistro…

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Cost of food, housing and gas rising fast: Experts | Toronto Sun

Experts say some of the basics — housing, food, energy — are going up at a rate that threatens to overwhelm household budgets. Sylvain Charlebois, a Dalhousie University professor of…

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In epic 14-hour press conference held in a food court, Ukraine president denies Trump tried to blackmail him | National Post

KIEV — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Thursday he would be ready to open a probe into any Ukrainian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election but denied that…

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Food waste: There’s an app for that (a few, actually) | CBC News

Hello, people! This is our weekly newsletter on all things environmental, where we highlight trends and solutions that are moving us to a more sustainable world. (Sign up here to get it in…

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Halifax woman brings seniors, newcomers together through food | CBC News

When Jessie Dale saw a need to provide fresh, affordable produce to low-income seniors in Halifax who had a tough time getting around, she knew she needed to act. She started…

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14 schools, daycares violated health procedures, food inspection reports reveal | CBC News

Fourteen New Brunswick schools were found to have at least one major violation or six to nine minor health and safety violations during food premises inspections this fall, reports show….

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New mobile grocery store launches in Edmonton to improve access to fresh, affordable food – Edmonton | Globalnews.ca

A different kind of food truck launched in Edmonton on Wednesday with the goal of bringing “healthy, fresh, and affordable food into neighbourhoods facing barriers.” Fresh Routes, a not-for-profit, unveiled…

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Fast-food chains launch grocery store versions of menu items in competitive market | The Star

Fast-food fans no longer have to go to — or even order from — their favourite eateries to indulge, as grocery stores now stock a wide array of beloved menu…

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WARMINGTON: How was the debate? The food was better | Toronto Sun

The debate may have got mixed reviews. But there was no debate about the great food. The Asian China Buffet, at 161 Rexdale Blvd.., was a unique location to watch…

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Scientist who discredited meat guidelines didn’t report past food industry ties | National Post

A surprising new study challenged decades of nutrition advice and gave consumers the green light to eat more red and processed meat. But what the study didn’t say is that…

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Eat Think Vote: National campaign wants voters to think about food security | CBC News

A national campaign asking voters to start thinking about food issues is making a stop at the St. John’s Farmers’ Market on Saturday.  Eat Think Vote is hosting an informal…

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Protesters in Ecuador rally against austerity measures as food prices climb – National | Globalnews.ca

One man died in central Azuay province when roadblocks blocked an ambulance from reaching him after he was hit by a car, authorities said. Local media identified him as a…

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‘Sustainability isn’t enough’: chef Darren MacLean on how the food industry can help recover what’s been lost | The Star

CALGARY—Sustainable. Local. Farm to table. Natural. Organic. The food industry in 2019 is full of such labels, promising consumers that what they’re eating isn’t just good for them, but also…

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Vegan pet food is out there, but is a plant-based diet good for your animals? | CBC News

Whenever Rhiannon Whitney buys her two dogs a treat, the first thing she does is look on the back of the box for meat byproducts. As a vegan for the last…

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Toronto food truck caught up in Trump’s battle with Cuba | The Star

When Monica Bustelier noticed thousands of dollars missing from her bank account in late August, the owner of the Little Havana Cafe food truck figured it was just a technical…

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‘Everybody eats’: Making a case for food affordability as an election issue – National | Globalnews.ca

Canadians want affordable food, and they’re hungry for Canada’s political leaders to take notice. That is, according to a new survey by Angus Reid and the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at…

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Ontario plans to ban food waste from landfills by 2022 but hasn’t said where it will put it | CBC News

Ontario has ambitious plans to ban all organic waste from landfills by 2022, but the province has not said how it will handle all of the additional compost. “We’re going to…

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Student blames E. coli for food poisoning outbreak at MUN | CBC News

A Memorial University student says she contracted E. coli after eating at the university’s on-campus dining hall. “I was very scared, because I’m aware it can be fatal if not treated properly,”…

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Poverty costs Ontario $33 billion a year, food banks say | The Star

Poverty costs the Ontario government — and ultimately all of us — as much as $33 billion a year, according to a new report by Ontario food banks. This is…

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Students learn life-long food skills through Six Nations school program | CBC News

For the youngest students of the Everlasting Tree School, Tuesday isn’t “Tuesday,” but “Pasta Day.” The school, located on Six Nations of the Grand River territory, combines a Waldorf model…

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