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United Way Halifax May 8
1 in 5 people are facing food insecurity in Halifax. Halifax's Smart Cities proposal looks at innovative ways to ensure everyone in our city has access to affordable, nutritious food.
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Tara Perrot Mar 12
Yes! Take the survey and be heard about this important issue
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Tara Perrot Mar 18
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Sidekick Interactive Apr 11
Mobile app with interactive map to get around the city and discover the best places for healthy food ! We could also set up free access vegetable gardens and integrate their position in the app, and their status, such as « need water », « harvest available » ...
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hfxgov May 7
Our bid for the Smart Cities Challenge is aimed at ensuring we provide all residents with access to affordable, healthy food. To see Halifax’s proposal visit
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hfxgov Mar 23
The survey closes at midnight on Saturday, March 24! If you haven't already, help inform our submission to the Smart Cities Challenge by sharing your experiences with accessing affordable, healthy food.
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Halifax Partnership Mar 23
Today: You are invited to the free public engagement session for at the Captain William Spry Public Library (Program Room) from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
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Sara Gillis Mar 22
Fascinating discussion at tonight’s event at on the topic of food security. Almost all attendees were newcomers to Canada and had so much to share on their experiences with food strategies from their home countries.
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Nathan Dennison Mar 20
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Sara Napier Mar 19
Hi everyone. A quick video to tell you more about . Take a peek & share your opinion tonight. You can help shape a proposal for $50 million to solve a social issue through & in .
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Office of the Mayor Mar 19
Help us by lending your voice to the Smart Cities Challenge. Participate by taking the online or in-person surveys, or at one of the upcoming public engagement sessions. More info at
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Halifax Partnership Mar 16
1 in 7 people in don’t have access to affordable, healthy food. Let’s help change that. Share your thoughts by taking a quick survey:
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Halifax Libraries Mar 15
In honour of , we look to food champions who inspire us. for a chocked-full calendar of events for all, from men's cooking groups to food fit.
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Ian A. Whytock Mar 15
It's interesting to comparre Toronto's approach to citizen engagement on the smart cities challenge vs. HRM. Toronto engages citizens to come up with the "big idea" - HRM issues big idea (food insecurity) and then seeks citizen engagement
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Renée LeVangie Mar 14
has the second highest rate of food insecurity in Canada. Let's change that. Learn more about the Smart Cities Challenge () and share your experience by participating in the survey:
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hfxgov Mar 13
We’re stronger when everyone has access to the food they need to thrive. Fill out the survey & tell us how we can help you access affordable, healthy food.
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HRCE Healthy School Communities Mar 13
Have you provided input to the Smart Cities challenge to help best address access to affordable, healthy food? Here are some key messages to consider when filling out the survey
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United Way Halifax Mar 13
We need your input for our application! Attend a public engagement session and let us know about the barriers faced when accessing healthy affordable food in Halifax, and ideas for change. Info here:
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United Way Halifax Mar 12
Access to affordable, healthy food is a human right so focuses on this issue for . You can help by taking our survey.
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Nancy Phillips Mar 10
We have partnered with , and many others to launch ’s bid for the Smart Cities Challenge. Let us know your thoughts on improving access to affordable, healthy food in our communities by taking the survey at:
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