Investments in e-commerce, greening your take-out and climate change will all have an impact on your food bill in 2021.
Each year Arrell Scholars and their HQP peers are paired with an organization or business to build new skills through experiential learning.
Join us on July 16 to discuss the Growing Stronger project and how you can participate. Featured speakers are Deb Stark, Joseph LeBlanc, Rory McAlpine, Julie Bissonnette, and Lenore Newman.
If we are all to live on this hot and crowded planet, our food and farming systems need to protect biodiversity and be carbon neutral, writes our director Evan Fraser
Serious concerns have been raised about the resilience of the processes we depend upon for our daily bread.
Four University of Guelph experts weighed in on how the Canadian food system has been shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons actors in the food system can take away from these experiences.
“Growing Stronger” will connect all players within Canada’s food system through an online portal and a series of virtual consultations over the summer and into the fall.
Is it possible to connect unemployed Canadian workers with farms who desperately need labour? Or are there other things we need to be working on and thinking of as well?
Food prices expected to rise 4% in 2020, with vegetables and bakery leading the way.