ENGLISH: WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 2014 FROM 1:30 TO 2:30 PM ET
FRENCH: WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 2014 FROM 1:30 to 2:30 PM ET
You’re invited to join the David Suzuki Foundation and Équiterre for a webinar as they discuss an upcoming review by Health Canada to determine whether hundreds of pesticides, whose active ingredients were banned in Europe for health and environmental reasons, should be prohibited or restricted in Canada. Information about opportunities for public participation in the review process will also be shared.
THURSDAY MAY 22, 2014 FROM 1:00 PM TO 2:00 PM ET
Join us to hear how a coalition of community partners in Guelph, Ontario have come together to create The Seed – a project informed by local research and community consultation, and inspired by the Community Food Centre model. This webinar is part of a series offered through a collaboration between Food Secure Canada and Carleton University on the Community Food Security Hub of the CFICE Project (Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement).
THURSDAY MAY 29, 2014 FROM 1:00 PM TO 2:00 PM ET
Join us for this webinar to learn how the Government of Manitoba is working in partnership with Food Matters Manitoba to increase access to healthy, local foods in Northern Manitoba. This webinar is being presented as part of FSC’s Northern and Remote Food Network.
THURSDAY MAY 15, 2014 FROM 11:55 AM TO 1:00 PM ET
This Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) webinar, led by two experienced community change practitioners, will explore how to assess collective impact efforts. Topics covered will include examples of collective impact evaluation in action, and implications for practitioners, funders and evaluators.
THURSDAY MAY 15, 2014 FROM 12:00 T0 1:00 PM ET
This webinar, presented by OPHA’s Nutrition Resource Centre, will share the challenges and successes of a pilot project which used Youth on Track for Health, a manual which provides guidelines to improve the nutrition environment in residential settings.
Join this Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) webinar to learn about innovative models for building resilient local economies – including Transition Network’s REconomy Project and Transition Colorado’s Local Food Shift