Building Community

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Get Fresh with Local Food

A large part of growing the local food movement is building positive relationships between the people growing food with the …

Project: Building Community
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Returning Home to Fox Lake

By Tim Stevenson, Northern Programs Liaison with Food Matters Manitoba When I was a kid I remember going to Fox …

Project: Food Skills & Nutrition
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Food Security Across the World

By Carolyn Townend, Communications Coordinator We’re excited to be hosting two volunteers from Canada World Youth for the next six …

Project: Building Community
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Breaking Bread at the Community Oven

This past Friday, Food Matters partnered with the North Point Douglas Women’s Centre, Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre and Graffiti …

Project: Building Community
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Different Postal Code, Similar Challenges: A learning tour of Labrador

When residents of Hopedale, a small community on the northern coast of Labrador, visit the grocery store, they aren’t finding …

Project: Building Community
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Winnipeg Food Hub 101

Farmers are the essential ingredient in a diverse, delicious and healthy, local food economy. Yet many farmers have been forced …

Project: Building Community
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Visitors from Labrador

This past week we were lucky enough to have 3 lovely guests from The Food Security Network of Newfoundland and Labrador …

Project: Building Community
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Multicultural Potluck

Join us for a Multicultural Potluck! As a part of our weekly North End Cooking Classes, we invite you to …

Project: Building Community
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Aboriginal Youth Travel to Winnipeg for Traditional Exchange

Demian Lawrenchuk, the OFHC Site coordinator for Fox Lake, along with two youth, Michael Beardy and Zach Henderson, had the …

Project: Building Community
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Main Street Farmers’ Market

The Main Street Farmers’ Market happens every Friday from 12 – 4 p.m. at the Age and Opportunity Centre.

Project: Building Community