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Francine, a member of the Églantier community garden in the Montreal borough Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie, explains, "Before coming here, I'd never planted a garden in my life. I came from the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood, which was poor. I had a tree in front of my home, but that was about it." Now, her garden is part of who she is, just as it is for...
Actualité - 6 August 2013 - Tag : Épluche ta ville, Épluche ta ville web doc, Local food
Come celebrate local fruits and vegetables over lunch hour at the place Émilie Gamelin! As part of our super fun Épluche ta ville campaign, we invite you to a unique food happening for info on how and why to eat local in your city. Where: place Émilie Gamelin, Quartier des spectacles When: Thursday, August 1, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
A crowd recently gathered at the Maison du développement durable for the premiere of the Épluche ta ville web doc series.
Actualité - 5 June 2013 - Tag : Épluche ta ville, Épluche ta ville web doc, Local food, Montreal
You're invited to: Discover the many different ways people are putting local food on the menu in Montreal.  Learn fun food facts and brush up on your local food history. Find out what you can do to promote eating local in Quebec. Discover the web doc.  p.s. The website is in French, but the videos are subtitled in English. Enjoy!
Solution - 27 May 2013 - Tag : Épluche ta ville, Épluche ta ville web doc, Local food
Do you eat the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables a day? According to one recent study by Montreal's public health agency, most Montrealers don't. It is hard to pinpoint one reason for this problem, which is widespread, and appears to affect people regardless of income, age, gender, etc.  And yet, there is a growing interest in local food. A...