Cloe Logan is a reporter and photographer covering food security for Canada’s National Observer thanks to a grant from the Local Journalism Initiative and the Government of Canada.
Logan, who is a graduate of the Langara Journalism program, spent the last year working as a staff reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News on Vancouver Island where she wrote a series highlighting the lack of a cold-weather shelter in the area, while also covering municipal and breaking news for the paper. Prior to that, she contributed to an investigation into inauthentic Indigenous art sold in Vancouver's souvenir shops with The Discourse.
“Extending our quarantine program will provide peace of mind to workers, employers and communities that we are doing everything possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19,” says B.C.'s Agriculture Minister Lana Popham.
Bennet Miemban-Ganata owns Plato Filipino, a restaurant nestled between four other Filipino and Chinese eateries and food stores, all set for demolition if a 32-storey tower goes up near the Joyce Skytrain station in Vancouver.
On Monday, federal Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau announced $1.6 million for Agriculture in the Classroom Canada, an organization that works with schools across the country to implement food and agriculture into curriculums.