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Camil Dumont and friends decided to bike around the city going door-to-door asking who would be willing to grow food instead of grass in their gardens.
The National Zero Waste Council says confusing and unnecessary best-by labels are a major cause of food waste in Canada.
Known for its organic cereals and granolas, Nature’s Path has launched a campaign against the push for a fossil fuel and oil tanker expansion project in British Columbia.
Planting Justice, a nine-year-old nonprofit that combines urban farming with environmental education and jobs for ex-offenders.
Holistic farming is a growing trend but it comes with a learning curve.
It’s impossible to evaluate the true costs and benefits of global fisheries without determining the amount of waste and knowing what’s coming to shore, researchers say.
Future generations may depend on that biodiversity to keep the food supply secure.
In Saskatoon, 27 per cent of material taken to the landfill by the industrial, commercial and institutional sector, is food.
A study is testing whether providing daily nutritious meals to chronically ill, low-income people on Medi-Cal will affect their prognosis and treatment, or the cost of medical care.
The Netherlands has notched up another novel solution in its fight against waste and pollution - products made with food that otherwise would be chucked in the bin.
Canadian Hollywood titan pushed to make sure new documentary The Game Changers, coming to Hot Docs, demonstrates sexual benefits of a lifestyle shift he says the planet needs us to make anyhow.
The “Eating Where We Are” Slow Food in Canada National Summit will be held April 19-22 in Saskatoon.