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“The community around the garden is just as resilient as the land.”

It’s been an eventful growing season for the Earlscourt Community Garden. At first, we weren’t sure if community gardens would be allowed under public health regulations, and when they re-opened, there was a two month backlog for seeds orders and particularly devilish squirrels to contend with. Despite these setbacks, The Stop’s Earlscourt team was able […]

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Re-imagining how we work: Governance

Every few months, we’ll be highlighting how The Stop’s work is changing to challenge racism and inequality in our organization and within our community. We’re starting at the top with our governance structure.   From our origins in the 1980s, The Stop Community Food Centre has always believed that food is a basic human right. But […]

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