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Recent Releases from Green Enterprise Toronto/Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas

The Brewers Plate Celebrates Local, Sustainable Food and Farming

Published Wed, 1 Apr 2009 08:22:19 EST Read More

The Brewers Plate Celebrates Local, Sustainable Food and Farming Craft brewers and local chefs offer up a sustainable spring feast Toronto, ON, April 1, 2009 – After our long northern winter it might seem impossible to eat a gourmet meal that was prepared with local, sustainable ingredients. However, on Friday April 17th, at the University of Toronto’s Hart House, the second annual Brewers Plate will prove this notion wrong with an event that pairs locally made beers wi...... Click here to read this release

Think Local First for a Stable Economy during 'Buy Local Week'

Published Fri, 21 Nov 2008 11:15:38 EST Read More

Think Local First for a Stable Economy "Buy Local Week" Is December 1-7 (Toronto, Canada) The Local First movement, steadily gaining popularity in communities across North America, aims to give a much-needed boost to our local independent retailers and producers this holiday season. Research on the benefits of Local First campaigns shows that they effectively increase market share for independent business. Across Canada and the US last year, many local store owners saw unus...... Click here to read this release