Whats New in the World of Restaurants For Change!
Five questions with Chef Nicole Gomes (Calgary)
1. What does “good food” mean to you? Good food to me means love, joy, and a meal shared around a table with each other.
Thanks to our sponsor: Toronto Life
We’re thrilled to once again have the support of Toronto Life as a media sponsor of this year’s Restaurants for Change. The go-to resource for
Profile: Hamilton Community Food Centre
Since 2017, The Hamilton Community Food Centre has been bringing people together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for good food for all. They offer programs,
Profile: NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre
“This place gave me a community to be a part of.” – Community member NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre launched in March 2015 in Winnipeg
Six questions with Nick Saul
What drove you to work in the community food sector and advocate for changes to Canada’s food system? When I was younger, my family lived
Feast On brings a taste of Ontario to Restaurants for Change
We’re so excited to have the support of the Culinary Tourism Alliance again for this year’s Restaurants for Change! We’ve teamed up with the Culinary
Profile: The Alex Community Food Centre, Calgary
“The Community Food Centre movement isn’t just about food. It’s about poverty, it’s about community as we’ve seen today… and I’m so thrilled The Alex
Five questions with Chef Ben Kramer (Winnipeg, MB)
What does “good food” mean to you? Good food means food that is not only accessible and nutrient dense, but is also grown and harvested
2018 Diner’s Guide to Restaurants for Change
On October 17, 75+ restaurants across 19 Canadian cities are supporting healthy food programs across Canada at Restaurants for Change. You’ve called up your friends, checked out the
5 Questions with Glen Manzer (Calgary, AB)
We asked Chef Glen Manzer from the Creative Restaurants in Calgary (Bonterra Trattoria, Cibo, Scopa, Posto) 5 tasty questions, take a look: 1. What does “good food” mean to you?
5 good reasons to dine out for Restaurants for Change!
Restaurants for Change only comes around once a year, so if you haven’t called up your friends and booked a reservation for October 17, stop what
10 Questions with Ryan Donovan (Toronto, ON)
We asked Good Food Champion Ryan Donovan from Richmond Station in Toronto 10 tasty questions to get to know him better: 1. What does “good food” mean to you?
Restaurants for Change FAQ
What is Restaurants for Change? Restaurants for Change is a national fundraising event that raises money for community food programs offered by Community Food Centres
Canadian chefs can be leaders in building a more fair food system
As a restaurateur, I’m often asked who my favourite chef in Canada is, what my favourite restaurant is, or what ingredient I think will define
10 Questions with Lora Kirk (Ruby Watchco: Toronto, ON)
We asked Chef Lora Kirk from Ruby Watchco in Toronto 10 tasty questions to get to know her better: 1. What does “good food” mean to you? Good food
10 Questions with Jamie Harling (Deane House: Calgary, AB)
We asked Chef Jamie Harling from Deane House in Calgary 10 tasty questions to get to know him better: 1. What does “good food” mean to you?
10 Questions with Renee Lavallee (The Canteen: Dartmouth, NS)
We asked Chef Renee Lavalle – The Feisty Chef from Dartmouth’s The Canteen – 10 tasty questions to get to know her better: 1. What does “good food” mean
10 Questions with Blair Lebsack (RGE RD: Edmonton, AB)
We asked Chef and Owner Blair Lebsack from Edmonton’s RGE RD 10 tasty questions to get to know him better: 1. What does “good food”
Meet Ryan & Carl, Our Richmond Station Supporters!
“It’s great being part of CFCC’s Restaurants for Change campaign as it grows nationally. I’m looking forward to seeing chefs from each region in the country