FIH in Fairview Mall [HONOURABLE MENTION]

May 2010

Sources.

May 22, 2010 11:00 AM
Bronwyn Whyte

The following sources were found throughout the site:

Agriculture & Agri-Foods Canada. (2005). Canada Food Trends to 2020 – A Long Range Consumer Outlook. Prepared by Serecon Management Consulting Inc. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Bellarby, J., Foereid, B., Hastings, A., & Smith, P. (2008). Cool Farming: Climate impacts of agriculture and mitigation potential. Greenpeace. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

CBC. (2007, August 17). Looming obesity epidemic requires action: experts. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

City of Toronto. (2006). Ward Profiles – Ward 33. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

City of Toronto. (2009). Food Asset Map Ward 25 – Don Valley East. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Dunham-Jones, E., & Williamson, J. (2008). Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Edelman, D. (2010). Definition of Halal Food. EHow. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Fairview Mall. (2008). Our History. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Food Desert. (2007). Home. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Greenseth, M. (2008). The Future of Shopping Malls: An Image Essay. Worldchanging. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Halwell, B. (2002). Home Grown: The Case for Local Food in a Global Market. Danvers, MA: Worldwatch.

Local Food Plus. (2009). Canada’s certification for local sustainable food. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Maan Miedema, J., & Pigott, K. (2007, April). A Healthy Community Food System Plan for Waterloo Region. Health Determinants, Planning and Evaluation Division.

Poole, V. (2009). Gardens Under Glass. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Toronto Public Health. (2008). The State of Toronto’s Food – Discussion Paper for a Toronto Food Strategy. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Toronto Public Health. (2010). Food Connections: Towards a Healthy and Sustainable Food System for Toronto. Retrieved March 31, 2010 from here

Xuereb, M. (2005, November). Food Miles: Environmental Implications of Food Imports to Waterloo Region. Region of Waterloo.


  

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
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