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Ontario’s stay-at-home order penalizes poverty

The Stop Community Food Centre is deeply concerned about key aspects of the provincial government’s latest COVID lockdown measures. As an organization that works with people experiencing poverty, food insecurity, and homelessness, we’ve long seen these communities be unfairly targeted with punitive measures during the pandemic, and unsupported when they seek necessities like food, shelter, […]

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Stay Connected with our Winter Zine

You are not alone. Let’s stay connected instead of struggling on our own! The Stop’s Peer Support Co-Facilitator Sharon Anderson has put together a winter zine to connect people to free community and social services within the neighbourhood—including The Stop’s Community Advocacy Office. The zine also includes suggestions for easy ways to connect with others, […]

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Holiday Meals and Hampers

See below for our takeaway meal and food bank schedule over the holidays. If you need immediate food access and are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus, or have come in contact with someone with symptoms, please do not visit The Stop. Instead, please ask a friend or family member to do so for you. Have questions? […]

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