Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Didn’t you know? COVID-19 is Over!
By Kathy Dobson Seth didn’t always hate his job. The first couple of years he often enjoyed his work as a grocery store clerk, mostly because of the other staff. “I work with a great crew of people, and that makes everything easier, liking the people you work with. Some of the hardest parts...
Sunday, September 1, 2019
Growing up in a Bengali Kitchen
In this paper, I share how as an immigrant in Canada, I felt detached from my home country of Bangladesh in my early years due to a desire to assimilate into dominant Canadian culture. As I grew older, I actively sought a connection to cultivate my ‘Bengaliness’ by holding onto Bengali food customs and practices. I use my personal narratives...
Saturday, June 1, 2019
The Future of Food looks a lot like Amazon: But is it the Future We Want?
by Carly Livingstone Amazon is adding a lot of options to our grocery shopping experience, and in ways that might make us want to think before we click. In Canada, I may soon be able to order fresh, organic produce from Whole Foods Market online through Amazon and, with my Prime membership, have it...