Fair Trade Saskatoon promotes the understanding of the benefits of fair trade certification for small producers and workers in the global South, and the benefits to consumers in the North. We work to encourage the use of fair trade certified products by individuals, schools, faith groups, and organizations throughout the province.
Join us in Regina and Saskatoon for discussions with experts and local groups on the connections between agro-ecology, organic farming, migration, land-grabbing, and food sovereignty at home and around the world. Both events feature a portion on “Learning from Experts”, and “Taking Action in our Kitchen and Community”. Continue reading.
When I was in elementary school, my family and I had a morning ritual. Waking up later than we should have, Mom frantically congregated me and my sister in her car, drove us to the 7 Eleven, and urged us to grab change from her wallet. We would each run in and buy a Schneider’s Lunchmate and a No-Name puffe… Continue reading.
Every day between Thanksgiving (Oct 10) and the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (Oct 17), we’re talking about a #FoodRevolution on social media. Why? ICYMI: Journey through our vision of a #FoodRevolution through this Twitter Moment If you follow SCIC’s work, you may have noticed that … Continue reading.
The Climate is Changing. Food and Agriculture Must Too A World Food Day Event FRIDAY, OCT 14 – 5:30 – 9:00 PM Doors @ 5:30 PM, Potluck @ 6:00 PM (Bring a dish to share!) REGINA, St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, 1861 McIntyre St. FREE: Please … Continue reading.
Part 1 of SCIC’s Ethical Eats summer events series. See more events in the series 3 Films, 3 Days, 3 Locations: Take your pick! July 26th, August 3rd, and August 10th in Regina What do you have in common with a 3rd generation organic farmer … Continue reading.
Part 2 of SCIC’s Ethical Eats summer events series. See more events in the series ETHICAL EATS MYSTERY BOX CHALLENGE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17 @ 12:00 – 12:45 PM FW Hill Mall Stage (1800 block Scarth Street) Join us over the lunch hour as two local chefs … Continue reading.
Check out Ethical Eats, SCIC’s new online educational tool and mobile app, connecting Saskatchewan people to alternative options to help support a more just global food system. Featuring a business directory … Continue reading.