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hfxgov 24 Mar 18
If you're headed to one of the Mobile Food Market locations today (Needham Community Centre & 3 Ford St in Fairview), you can learn more about and how you can help!
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Fergus Dearden Mar 25
I think I can be of great help to . You need economics to deal with a social economic problem. My economic overlay "Blueprint" can help greatly with your application.
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leslie power 12 Mar 18
other options to fill out survey? Ppl who experience food insecurity most may not have access to computer/internet
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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 24 Mar 18
TODAY (Mar. 24): A session is being held at Sheet Harbour Public Library from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Join us, and help us address accessibility to affordable, healthy food by sharing your experiences.
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Fairview Family Ctr 8 Mar 18
Wow this would be awesome for ! $50 million !! who or what agencies are working on this proposal ? 😀😀😀 imagine the possibilities 🤔🤔
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͏ Sara Gillis 22 Mar 18
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 20 Mar 18
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Halifax Libraries 20 Mar 18
In honour of , we look to food champions who inspire us. for always taking action and being smart about it.
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Tara Perrot 12 Mar 18
Yes! Take the survey and be heard about this important issue
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Tara Perrot 18 Mar 18
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Halifax Libraries 20 Mar 18
, wants to hear your voices in-person for . Meet up this Friday, March 23:
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United Way Halifax Mar 28
The survey closed Saturday at midnight, but we're thrilled that 2,169 surveys were completed! Stay tuned for next steps!
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Office of the Mayor 19 Mar 18
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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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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Jan 6 Mar 18
Square Roots () brings up to 2 tonnes of fresh valley produce to the city every month to sell at affordable prices in 7 HRM communities! It's ugly produce rejected by grocery stores :)
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United Way Halifax 22 Mar 18
There's still time to have your voice heard in the Smart Cities Challenge! 1 in 7 people in Halifax don’t have access to affordable, healthy food. Help us change that.
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Ian A. Whytock 15 Mar 18
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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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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Halifax Libraries 19 Mar 18
In honour of , we look to food champions who inspire us. for recognizing that sometimes lunch is what is needed.
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