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Introducing Demian Lawrenchuk, our new Executive Director!

Welcome Demian! The Board of Directors of Food Matters Manitoba (FMM) is pleased to welcome Demian Lawrenchuk to the role of Executive Director (ED). Demian, who has been with FMM since early 2019 as the Northern Partnerships Program Manager, brings a wealth of expertise in provincial food systems, Indigenous engagement, fund development, and grassroots leadership. …

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Thank you Rob

Now is the right time for change Rob Moquin is moving on from his role as executive director of Food Matters Manitoba as of June 1, 2022. “It has been a great pleasure and an honour to work for Food Matters Manitoba for the past six years, and especially to serve as the executive director …

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Hooray! New SSHRC partnership

Equitable food security policy responses now & beyond Covid-19 Thanks to the Partnership Engage Grants program at SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) Food Matters has the privilege and opportunity to work on a community-led research project with principle investigator Kristen Lowitt from Queen’s University’s School of Environmental Studies and partner Dr. Joyce Slater …

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Brandon Food Council is seeking Volunteers!

We are looking for community members and community serving organizations to enhance and continue the work of the Brandon Food Council.  Connect with us! Is this you? Research and Policy Committee to monitor local foodscape and keep up to date on leading edge community food system innovations. Evaluation and Assessment Committee to identify community indicators …

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Connecting our Diverse Food Security Experiences: A Panel Discussion

Listen in and learn from these valued community members and their food security experiences.   The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations defines food security as having physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food to allow people to meet their dietary needs and food preferences to keep an active and healthy …

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Find emergency & community supported food in Winnipeg

Find emergency & community supported food in Winnipeg Here is a list of where to find bagged lunches, hot meals or food packages. Listings are in alphabetical order. Last updated March 2022. Printable list Harvest Manitoba Harvest Manitoba provides food assistance to anyone who needs it. If you need emergency food, please contact Harvest Manitoba …

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