Urban Access to Traditional Food: Understanding Wild Game

The Indigenous Food Circle in collaboration with the Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy (TBAFS) and the Thunder Bay District Health Unit(TBDHU) are hosting an Urban Access to Traditional Food: Understanding Wild Game event on Tuesday, October 29th at Ka-Na-Chi-Hih, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Learn about the cultural importance and connection to wild game, the regulations around wild game in institutional settings and how organizations can collaborate on barriers.

Guest Speakers include Kathy Loon from Meno Ya Win Health Centre, Hayley Lapalme from Nourish Canada and celebrity chef Rich Francis, owner of Seventh Fire Hospitality Group.

To register please follow the link below; all Indigenous Circle Members are free.

https://sites.grenadine.co/sites/meatyourmatch/en/accesstowildgame

Contact info@sustainontario.com for the link to join via video conference!

A Bring Food Home 2019 Regional Event

Brought to you with support from Sustain Ontario, and sponsorship from Whole Foods Market.