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Paul Taylor, Executive Director of FoodShare at WE.Gordon Neighbourhood House Director Paul Taylor in one of their gardens, Salad maker ?? speaking with passersby, Exterior shot of the the building.

A Recipe for Justice

How one organization radically stirred up conventional business practices to heal communities — and flourish in difficult times.

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Paul Taylor, Executive Director of FoodShare at WE.Gordon Neighbourhood House Director Paul Taylor in one of their gardens, Salad maker ?? speaking with passersby, Exterior shot of the the building.

A Recipe for Justice

How one organization radically stirred up conventional business practices to heal communities — and flourish in difficult times.

Read More »