Whats New in the World of Restaurants For Change!
Des chefs canadien(ne)s de renom aident à lancer Des restos pour demain 2016
L’événement national de collecte de fonds soutient des programmes alimentaires partout au Canada Le 19 octobre 2016, plus de 65 restaurants dans 16 villes canadiennes feront
Community Food Centres Canada recueille 200 000 $ lors de la deuxième édition de Des restos pour demain
Toronto, ON | Le 21 octobre dernier, des milliers de canadiens et canadiennes se sont rassemblés dans 59 restaurants répartis dans 13 villes pour soutenir
Diner’s Guide to Restaurants for Change
On October 21, 59 restaurants across 13 Canadian cities are supporting the right to healthy food for all Canadians at Restaurants for Change. You’ve read everything about the
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?
10 Questions with Michael Noble (Calgary, AB)
We asked Chef Michael Noble from NOtaBLE and The Nash in Calgary 10 tasty questions to get to know him better: 1. What does “good food” mean to you?
10 Questions with Steve Mitton (Ottawa, ON)
We asked Chef Steve Mitton from Murray Street in Ottawa 10 tasty questions to get to know him better: 1. What does “good food” mean to you? Any food
FAQ Des restos pour demain
Qu’est-ce que Des restos pour demain? Des restos pour demain est une campagne de financement annuelle qui rassemble certains des meilleurs restaurants au Canada pour
Canada’s leading chefs help launch Restaurants for Change 2015
On September 27 and 28, fourteen chefs ambassadors from across the country came to Toronto to tour The Stop and Regent Park CFCs and lead
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 (Rouge Restaurant: Calgary, AB)
We asked Chef Jamie Harling from Rouge Restaurant in Calgary 10 tasty questions to get to know him better: 1. What does “good food” mean to you?
Feast ON these restaurants!
The Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance (OCTA) is a not-for-profit devoted to connecting taste-makers, sharing their stories and sparking delicious development in culinary tourism. The organization recently named
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”
Good Food Events: Toronto Food and Wine Festival
With Restaurants for Change just around the corner on October 21, we’re excited to announce a partnership with another good food event on the Canadian
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
Thanks to our Event Chair, James Chatto
Above picture: James Chatto (left) and Nick Saul, President of CFCC (right) « I am in awe of the chefs and restaurateurs who have signed up
Des restos pour demain 2015 : Plus de restaurants, plus de villes, plus d’impacts!
Ce que c’est : Des restos pour demain Le 21 octobre, plus de quarante restaurants d’une dizaine de villes canadiennes se réuniront pour faire don
Thanks for joining us for Restaurants for Change!
On October 22, 2014, 25 restaurants in nine cities across Canada came together with thousands of diners to participate in Restaurants for Change. The first
Everything you need to know about Restaurants for Change
It might just be the best-ever reason to skip cooking and eat out instead: On Oct. 22, the first-ever Restaurants for Change event will take
Restaurants promote change
What motivates 25 chefs and restaurateurs to come together and donate their night’s sales? Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) president Nick Saul and his vision