Saturday, June 10 • 9:00am - 3:00pm

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NOTE: All participants selected tours and workshops when they registered, and there are limited capacities. Those who registered for TOUR 5 will receive a confirmation email with details.
  • Meeting point: St James Cathedral Parking Lot, located next to 135 Adelaide St E
  • Meeting timePlease arrive by 8:45am at the latest. Tours will depart at 9am sharp.
Scarborough is one of Toronto’s most diverse places, rich in cultural pride and grassroots organizing. Built during the height of suburban development, the area was planned for cars and big grocery stores without much thought for the public realm and neighborhood places. Scarborough residents were heavily impacted by COVID-19, and food insecurity has become a primary concern. Led by Scarborough resident Howard Tam, Eat More Scarborough, and informed by community work led by members of Scarborough Food Network, this tour will take participants through various Scarborough neighborhoods, making stops at malls, plazas, informal markets, supermarkets and grassroots initiatives. Participants are invited to taste Scarborough foodways while discussing how we learn from what the private sector has built in response to the lack of public infrastructure to inform new public market models in Scarborough. [MIDLAND & FINCH PLAZAS, ADONIS  SUPERMARKET, WEXFORD HEIGHTS ALONG LAWRENCE  AVENUE EAST, FEED SCARBOROUGH, PACIFIC MALL]

Saturday June 10, 2023 9:00am - 3:00pm EDT
St James Cathedral Parking Lot