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  • 14
    September 2021

    Three Black farmers fight for diminishing land in GTA

    Black and Indigenous households are vastly more likely to experience food insecurity in Canada. But when it comes to bringing local food to Black communities in Toronto, farmers say access to land remains one of the biggest hurdles.

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  • 15
    January 2021

    Green Machine History & Heritage

    Plans were underway to host a snowmobile event at the Park in February of 2020. However, there was not enough snow, so this event had to be cancelled.

    Members of our group had been meeting on a regular basis with members from the 1st Ontario and Upper Canada Two-cylinder clubs to prepare the 2020 Gathering of the Green display at Davenport in the middle of March 2020. However, due to Covid-19, the 2020 Gathering of the Green had to be cancelled just days before the Organizing Committee was ready to head to Davenport. As a result, the trailer was unpacked and all display items put into storage for future displays once events are rescheduled.

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  • 7
    January 2020

    Rural Spark - Food Tourism: an untapped buffet

    Listen to Rural Spark’s Food tourism: an untapped buffet Podcast featuring Jamie Reaume of Country Heritage Park. It's much more than food tours, and rural Canada has so many delicious experiences to offer.

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  • 23
    December 2019

    Old Barns and Old People

    Enjoy this inspiring & heartwarming slideshow, "Old Barns and Old People", The slides are from "Ponderings: Wellsprings of Country Wisdom," by Kenneth E. Grant and set to the music of The Old Rugged Cross.

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  • 19
    January 2018

    The Life of the Hall: Mountview Women’s Institute Hall

    Since the time it was built in 1838 in Trafalgar Township, the Hall has had many identities and has served a variety of purposes, even after being moved in 1976 to the Ontario Agriculture Museum (now Country Heritage Park) in Milton. The book details the history of the Hall, as well as the museum site, and explains how the Women’s Institute originally became involved and how it continues to support it to this day.
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  • 7
    July 2017

    Canada 150 Gala held in the Gambrel Barn

    Recently Georgetown Hospital Foundation held their Canada 150 gala at Country Heritage Park in the Gambrel Barn.  The event featured Canadian Jazz vocalist, Matt Dusk.

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  • 4
    July 2017

    Celebrating and digitizing the last 150 years of success in the Canadian agriculture

    Just in time for Canada Day, Farms.com has launched a farm and rural history section of the Farms.com portal: farms.com/reflections-on-farm-and-food-history/. The Farms.com farm and rural history pages are dedicated to celebrating and digitizing the last 150 years of success in the Canadian agriculture and food industry.

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  • 5
    June 2017

    Senthil Kumaran Video Shoot in the Gambrel barn

    Recently the Gambrel Barn was used for a video shoot! Check out this cover of Harris Jayaraj's foot tapping number Manjal Veyil Maalaiyilae!

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  • 30
    May 2017

    Reducing Food Waste Symposium - May 30, 2017

    On May 30, 2017, Halton Food Council is hosting Policies, Practices, & Partnerships: Reducing Food Waste Symposium here at Country Heritage Park.  This full day event includes keynote speaker, Dr. Martin Gooch, CEO/Partner of VCM International and offers the opportunity to engage with other FoodThinkers.

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  • 8
    February 2017

    Foodiepreneur: The Business of Food - March 28, 2017

    What is the recipe for starting and running a successful food business?
    On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, join the Halton Region Small Business Center, at the Halton Region Center, for a unique event called Foodiepreneur: The Business of Food to learn the best recipe for starting and running a successful food business. The event will feature sessions prepared with flavour in mind in order to meet the needs of new and existing food operators and entrepreneurs.

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