A few weeks back I posted excerpts from an interview with Elliott Katz, author of Great Country Walks Around Toronto, where I asked him to describe a few of his favorite, well, great country walks around Toronto
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Photos source: The Leslieville Farmers’ Market website. Many readers may be familiar with the concept of a 100-mile diet; a movement pioneered by Canadians Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon and documented in their book The 100-Mile Diet: A Year of Local Eating
Editor’s Note: This post has been generously shared by Barry Martin, Principal, Creative, Strategy at Hypenotic, and is cross-posted from Hypenotic’s blog. As a marketer who works for organizations making systems
Foodies of Toronto, Unite! Brewer’s Plate is happening next week, Wednesday, April 17th at the CBC Atrium! Now in its sixth year, this fundraising and awareness raising event celebrates local, sustainable food and drink
I had the pleasure of attending the Sustainable Neigbourhoods Summit last week. Hosted at the Evergreen Brickworks by the Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation and Evergreen’s CityWorks project