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May 18, 2020

There was so much momentum behind the 2019 federal election for youth to get out and vote, but what does involvement in politics and activism outside the election cycle look like for youth? We talk to Samantha Reusch from Apathy is Boring about youth activism, how to find causes and issues we care about, and how to...


May 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the strengths and weaknesses of our food systems. We talk to Susanna Klassen, a Visiting Research Scholar at Colorado State University and PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia, about how this global pandemic is affecting communities in Canada and what lessons we can learn...


Apr 30, 2020

The 2019 federal election is now 6 months behind us. But, what's in store for the people of Canada in terms of food security and food systems with this new government? We talk to Rachel Cheng from Food Secure Canada about what food security may look like for the next three and a half years. Visit


Oct 20, 2019

Farming is turning into a form of political activism for many youth in our country. In this episode, we talk with Stuart Oke from the National Farmers Union about what it means to be a young and new farmer in Canada. Visit nfu.ca to learn more about the National Farmers Union. 

This episode is part of Youth Vote: what's...


Oct 16, 2019

Join us at the Lunch Table with Emma Tamlin from the Toronto Youth Food Policy Council as we explore how youth in Canada are changing and shaping the food systems around them, and the role youth can play in making food an elections topic. Visit tyfpc.ca to learn more about the Toronto Youth Food Policy Council.

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