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Jul 31 | Foodprint Toronto

Jul 31

With the Toronto Board of Health having just formally adopted a new city-wide food strategy, the timing is perfect for a truly cross-disciplinary discussion that explores the past, present, and future of food and the city. What’s more, as a multi-cultural, Green Belt-surrounded, food-processing hub, Toronto is particularly rich in infrastructural opportunities and challenges, as well as creative individuals-- the perfect place to bring people together for a fresh look at the city, through the lens of food.

Location: 
Artscape Wychwood Barns
601 Christie Street
Toronto, ON
Canada
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Apr 10 | Glenn McArthur at Hamilton GritLit Festival

Apr 10

As part of Hamilton's GritLit Literary Festival, authors James E. Elliott (Strange Fatality), Adrienne Shadd (The Journey from Tollgate to Parkway) and Coach House's own Glenn McArthur (A Progressive Traditionalist) will discuss how built history, the history of peoples and the history that doesn't show up in history books make a city. Graham Crawford from HIStory & HERitage will moderate.

Visit www.gritlit.ca for more details.

Location: 
Dundas Historical Society Museum
139 Park Street West
Dundas, ON
Canada
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Sustainability Network's Edible City panel audio now available

The Sustainability Network made an audio recording of The Edible City food panel that took place on December 2, 2009. Moderator Nicola Ross (Alternatives Journal) spoke with contributors Lorraine Johnson, Shawn Micallef and Wayne Roberts about the issues surrounding food in the city.

You can listen to a slightly edited recording of the discussion, available on the Sustainability Network's site.

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Panel discussion from The Edible City book launch

Length: 59:16

On November 15th, 2009, we launched The Edible City: Toronto's Food from Farm to Fork with a panel discussion and cookie-decorating contest in the Gladstone Hotel Ballroom. Herewith, a recording of that panel, moderated by CityBites editor Dick Snyder, and featuring Edible City contributors Sasha Chapman, Joshna Maharaj, Lorraine Johnson, Steven Biggs and Sarah B. Hood.

The Edible City at the Sustainability Network

Dec 2

The Sustainability Network presents an after-work panel discussion for The Edible City: Toronto's Food from Farm to Fork. Witness a lively conversation among three of the book's key contributors: Wayne Roberts (NOW Magazine, Toronto Food Policy Council), Lorraine Johnson (author of over 10 environmental and gardening books) and Shawn Micallef (Spacing, Eye Weekly, [murmur]).

Location: 
The Sustainability Network
215 Spadina Avenue 1st Floor
Toronto, ON
Canada
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The State of the Arts panel - Official Culture

Length: 61:55

A sound recording of the entire Official Culture panel discussion at the November 26th launch party for The State of the Arts: Living with Culture in Toronto.

Coach House at the AWP Chicago Conference

Feb 12 - Feb 14

Coach House is attending the 2009 conference of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs in Chicago, February 12-14, and we promise more literary excitement than you can flash a badge at:

Location: 
Hilton Chicago
720 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
United States
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HTO Panel: The Future of Toronto's Water

Nov 27

The Toronto Green Community hosts a discussion about the future of Toronto's water at Hart House on Thursday, November 27.

The panel, moderated by the Clean Water Foundation's Christopher Hilkene, brings together contributors to HTO: Toronto's Water from Lake Iroquois to Lost Rivers to Low-flow Toilets

Location: 
Hart House Debates Room
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, ON
Canada
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