At the end of June, I went to Montreal for a conference on Studies in Co-operation and Co-operative Education, and was so fortunate to squeeze in some visits to food organizations in the city. Loaded down with overnight bag and conference presentation materials, I headed on foot from the train station directly to Santropol Roulant, a 17-year-old meals-on-wheels service located in the Plateau neighbourhood of Montreal.
March 5-9 2012 in Calgary, Alberta
The decision of the trial judge will impact 35 million Canadians.
The CR2FT originated with a bylaw infraction for the possession of urban chickens in Calgary, Alberta. It has since evolved and morphed into a complex legal argument involving such issues as :
A) The jurisdiction of a municipality to determine what we consume. Continue reading