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Webinar – From Crisis to Resilience: A City’s Call to Action

November 29, 2021

Daily Bread Food Bank in partnership with North York Harvest, released the annual Who’s Hungry report, profiling hunger in Toronto and exploring the concept of resiliency.  

This year, there were close to 1.45 million food bank visits in Toronto, the highest number of visits ever recorded in the city’s history.  

On Thursday, November 25, we hosted a webinar panel discussion moderated by Kelda Yuen, the host of CBC Toronto News at 11pm, on how we can respond to the ongoing crisis that low-income households are facing and how we can build greater resiliency through decent work, affordable housing, and a strong social safety net.  

Our panelists included:  

  • Talia Bronstein: VP, Research & Advocacy, Daily Bread Food Bank 
  • Tai Huynh: Editor-in-Chief, The Local & Creative Director at OpenLab UHN  
  • Jasmine Ramze Rezaee: Director, Advocacy & Communications, YWCA Toronto 

We are very grateful to our moderator, panel, and everyone who joined us for this conversation.

Please click below to watch a recording of this webinar. To read our report, visit www.dailybread.ca/whoshungry


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