Dishing Up Toronto is, by now, a longstanding partnership with the Toronto Ward Museum. Through creative, equity-focused Culinary Tourism, DUT aims to showcase the diverse foodways of Toronto. These two events are co-organized with CaterToronto, an innovative social enterprise seeking to increase newcomer and women’s access to secure employment in the food economy through community-based catering.… Read More


Dishing Up Toronto is, by now, a longstanding partnership with the Toronto Ward Museum. Through creative, equity-focused Culinary Tourism, DUT aims to showcase the diverse foodways of Toronto. These two events are co-organized with CaterToronto, an innovative social enterprise seeking to increase newcomer and women’s access to secure employment in the food economy through community-based catering.… Read More


Thinking Outside of the Donation Box:  Looking beyond the charity model of addressing food insecurity in Canada   Thurs. Dec. 17, 1 pm to 2:30 pm EST A message from Trent University: As we near the 40th anniversary of food banking in Canada, food insecurity is only growing. The most Canadians ever, 4.4 million, were living with food… Read More


Location: Virtual (Zoom) Conference Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm (November 27 th ); 9:00am – 2:30pm (November 28th) On Friday, November 27th and Saturday, November 28th , Afri-Can FoodBasket (AFB) will be hosting Toronto’s first Black Food Sovereignty Conference, a FREE, online event exploring the cultivation of food sovereignty in Toronto’s African, Caribbean & Black (ACB)… Read More


Wed. Dec. 9, 2020 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EST (UTC -5:00) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED via EventBrite  How have farmers responded to unprecedented challenges and opportunities throughout the pandemic? How has COVID-19 highlighted long-term changes that are needed in agriculture and food distribution in Canada? Join us for an interactive roundtable featuring three women ecological farmers: Sarah Bakker – Sarah is a livestock… Read More


November 3-28, 2020 About Convention 2020 What a year 2020 has been! Throughout, the National Farmers Union has continued to work diligently on behalf of family and cooperative farmers and progressive eaters and thinkers across Canada … calling for measures to support family and cooperative farms fighting for farmers and farmers markets to be recognized… Read More


by Canadian Association for Food Studies (CAFS) Join us for this webinar featuring important Indigenous food scholars, activists, and thinkers as they share what ‘Canada’ means to them and their food systems work. The panelists include Dawn Morrison, James Whetung, and Dr. Clifford Atleo. Tabitha Robin will moderate the discussion. As our association reckons with the sustained systemic racism and… Read More