All posts by Catherine Bussiere

Provincial election on May 30th

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Hi Our Food team, As you are aware, there is going to be a provincial election on May 30th. The EAC is focusing on four main priorities this election: Coastal Protection Act, regulate clearcutting, firm climate change targets and active transportation infrastructure investment.   As food is not front and…

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Musicians for Local Food fundraiser

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Dear Local Food Supporters: Come join us on Sat., May 6th, 12-3 pm at Christ Church Hall in Amherst, for a local music, a local food lunch, a silent auction, and more! All proceeds benefit the Cost-Share CSA Local Food Box Program. For more info contact: Su Morin, Community Food Coordinator (Our Food…

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The Kale-axy needs you!

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At 15%, Nova Scotia has one of the highest rates of household food insecurity across Canada. As Guardians of the Kale-Axy, we fight inter-kalactic food insecurity and strive to make the universe a positive food environment where it is easier for people to grow, eat, and sell good, healthy food…and not…

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Slow Food Cocagne Acadie : AGM 2017 AGA

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    Vous êtes cordialement invité à la 5e Assemblée générale annuelle de Slow Food Cocange Acadie. Celle-ci aura lieu le 26 mars 2017 à 13h30 au Centre Culturel Kent-Sud au 5 boul. Irving à Bouctouche. You are cordially invited to the 5th Annual General Meeting of Slow Food Cocagne…

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Organic Vegetable Seed Production

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COG will host Canada’s first intermediate, online certificate program on Canadian Organic Vegetable Seed Production in the Spring of 2017.   Want to learn more about producing organic seeds? Want to learn more about their commercial production, harvesting, quality, marketing, breeding and more? Want to build your own seed business…

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Public Consultation : to all farmers and consumers!

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An Open Letter to the Government of Canada Against Increased Regulations on Canadian Farmers. In a move started under the Harper government and now continued by the Trudeau government, the Canadian Food Inspection agency is pushing forward a plan to increase the licensing and regulatory requirements on Canadian farms. The…

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