At the beginning of November last year, the Parliament of Canada’s most populous province, Ontario, passed the Local Food Act 2013.
In the April-May 2013 issue of Arena Magazine, AFSA National Co-ordinator Nick Rose discusses…
The Canadian People’s Food Policy Project has delivered their report after two years’ consultations with 3500 Canadians in 250 kitchen table talks. Grounded in the principles of Food Sovereignty, the key recommendations include:
One fast-developing area of Food Sovereignty is indigenous food sovereignty, especially in Canada.
Ater 18 months of public forums and discussions with farmers and community leaders across Canada, the New Democrat Party recently released its report to guide the development of national food policy for Canada.