Veg Out 472: Plantify

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May 16, 2020

This week we’re talking PLANTIFY: a short documentary available on CBC Gem that explores how one dynamo couple introduced plant power on Newfoundland’s Burin Peninsula. Here in the GTA we’re lucky to have access to a plethora of resources to support plant-based diets, but that’s not always the case in urban, suburban, and rural locations across Canada. So how did a small community on ‘The Rock’ develop shifts to support culturally appropriate plant-based eating? Hear Sweta, Steve, and Sarah’s thoughts on the community-building power of food – because being plant-based is just as much about emotional well-being and social connection as it is about physical health. Plus: updates on the outbreak of COVID-19 cases in several Canadian slaughterhouses and the troubling issue of workers being directed to return to work – even when they feel unsafe.

Listen Now to Veg Out 472

Links

Plantify Documentary (available to stream for free on CBC Gem)
Meat is not essential. Why are we killing for it?
These are the meat plants in Canada affected by the coronavirus outbreak
How Cargill became the site of Canada’s largest single outbreak of COVID-19


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