Toronto People's Assembly on Climate Justice

Saturday, November 179:00-5:00U of T Multi-Faith Centre569 Spadina Ave.The Toronto People's Assembly on Climate Justice 2018 will feature workshops, panels, and assemblies on themes of Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination; labour and economics; migrant justice; violence against people and land; food, medicine and sustainable alternatives; the far right and climate change.We’ll be hosted by the ***Multifaith Centre at University of Toronto*** an accessible space. Free lunch and entertainment will be provided! Keynote speaker: Smogelgem from Unist'ot'en Camp ( >

Everdale's Farm Planner Course

We are taking registrations for the 2018/2019 course!  Please get in touch with the course facilitator ( to sign up.  $625 for SEVEN full-day sessions.  That’s only $90/session.  Each full-day session will:Take you one step closer to having a complete plan.Feature farm speakers and other experts sharing their experiences as well as providing you with advice and guidance.Have sections of formal instruction, group discussion, time to work on your plan, and networking opportunities.Help you build networks of both... >

Food 4 Change: Building Common Ground

York Region Food Network presents an educational event about reconnecting food and health in all areas in our lives and creating a healthy food future for all in York Region.Friday, November 16 10:00 am - 3:00 pmNewmarket Community Centre and Lions Hall200 Doug Duncan DriveNewmarket, ON L3Y 3Y9Food is everywhere, but good food is not always readily available. This free educational event is about reconnecting food and health in all areas of our lives, and creating a healthy food future for all in York Region. Presentations and activities will examine how our environments impact food options and choices.This is a free event, open to all. Lunch in included.For more information, contact Kate at or 905-841-3101 ext. 206. >

Scarborough Gardeners Connection

U of T Scarborough will be hosting a Gardeners Connection event Date: November 14th  Time: 3:30-7:30 pm This event will focus on engaging local gardeners in a campus farm tour, take part in a tomato chow and seed saving workshop and conclude with discussion on the U of T Edible Campus initiative and Scarborough Food Network. Dinner will be provided and we can arrange transportation. If you have a group of local residents interested in attending this event, we will arrange  pick-up and drop-off at convenient community locations.  >