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What comes to mind when you hear the word “Sustainability”?  Besides being a trendy word in the eco-friendly vocabulary, the word is somewhat a consensus to the masses  – longevity,  good ways of maintaining and keeping things in order so that all that is organically natural is stored for years to come.  Having been invited by Erica Bolliger, Ocean Wise’s First Sustainable Seafood Tour in Toronto (July 24, 2019), was enlightening.   The first of its kind, this Seafood Sustainable Seafood Tasting Tour, which was held at the heart of trendy Toronto’s Yorkville, allowed the public to understand the restaurants who are involved in the Sustainable Seafood Movement, especially when it comes to fisheries from the waters of British Columbia. 

Foodforthought I believe if you represent the good of the people, then we must be responsible in what foods we provide to our community.

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This is in Ward 8: Visited No Frills and sang with Kev, talked to a few grocers and educators who shopped there 🙂 Also other grocers who supply organic, which I hope if voted in, those options are available to the schools nearby. Also went to visit the Legion Branch 163, to pay my respects. And went to City Hall to the Poverty and Inequality Forum, and the Special Needs Forum at the Rotary Youth Centre.


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This is in Ward 14. I had a lovely time at the Westfield Heritage Village and celebrated it with Jewel 92 and with the kids who enjoyed Pumpkin Fest! Also visited Rock Berry Farms and bought some pies, and then to the Tiny Shop Bakery and saw so many young people going through the corn maze, and shooting pumpkins at the worn out trailers! Then took a turn to the Mizner Market and discovered there is a play station there for kids while the adults shopped for antiques. It was a fun day to say the least.