- Food + Drink
Our inaugural event will examine the links between poverty and health outcomes. How does poverty make people sick? How do we repair a broken social safety net that is driving so many of our fellow citizens into poverty and illness? How can we support individual Torontonians to move beyond the statistics of poverty and the prosperity gap into engagement in tackling these complex, urgent problems? These are just some of the questions we’ll explore in what promises to be a lively, informative, and important conversation.
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About Food for Thought:
This series seeks to inform, inspire, and mobilize Torontonians on some of the most pressing issues in our city by exploring topical issues related to food, poverty, and healthy communities. The goal is to challenge citizens to create meaningful change within their communities and through civic engagement.
About The Stop Community Food Centre:
The Stop strives to increase access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community, and challenges inequality. Click here to learn more.