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The surprising reasons as to why farmers matter now more than ever

By Tamer Soliman | 27 February 2019 | 0 Comments

Giving a keynote talk and screening The Great Disconnect at the National Farmers UnionOntario AGM was both an honor and a privilege.  The National Farmers Union is a non-for-profit organization that most organic, biodynamic and sustainably minded farmers are registered under.  Their focus is largely to make sure that the future of our farming in Canada is done sustainably so that your kids and grand […]

My Beef with Canada’s New Food Guide

By Tamer Soliman | 7 February 2019 | 0 Comments

I was really excited to read the changes in Canada’s food guide – particularly the guidance around eating together (like I wrote about in this blog), cooking more and eating less processed foods. However, there are two important things that need more clarification: where we source our food and the whole meat debate.  I’ve said it time and time […]

Before deciding WHAT to eat think about WHO you’ll eat it with…

By Tamer Soliman | 29 January 2019 | 0 Comments

Wouldn’t you agree that there’s something wonderful about eating with people you like and care about? As we learned in our research for our film The Great Disconnect, it can be tricky to fit in a meal with others in our hurried, over-scheduled lives. But I’m hoping to convince you to make sharing meals with others a priority because …. Families who eat together have a […]

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