February is canned food month. Here’s how university students can embrace the budget-friendly food.
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TMU students are feeling the pinch at the checkout counter as food prices continue to increase.
The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction says drinking less is key to reversing alcohol’s negative effects.
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Toronto Food Banks See Record Visits as Food Insecurity Grows
Advocates are calling for long-term solutions, policy changes and increased support as Canadians go hungry.
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New Research Tackles Food Waste by Including All Stakeholders
Previous research on solutions to reduce food waste predominantly centred on individual households.
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When Grocery Prices Skyrocket, What’s Left for Students to Eat?
Ease in inflation not enough to keep grocery bills in check.
For Celeste and Crystal Ceres, a love of food runs in their blood. The pair grew up in a household that deeply valued the art of cooking. Their maternal grandmother…
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Ryerson Students Feel the Pinch of Grocery Shopping Following Increase in Prices
What was once a typical trip to the grocery store is causing stress for some Ryerson students as the cost of groceries is increasing across the country. Over the last…
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Central Toronto Food Banks See Massive Increase in Visits
St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church is one of many food banks located in Toronto’s downtown core that has seen a big increase in the number of people coming through its doors…
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Urban Agriculture Becoming the New Trend to Fight Food Insecurity in Toronto
A city is an unsuspecting place to grow food, but now more than ever, people are turning to concrete jungles like Toronto to create food hubs. Food insecurity has become…