Indigenous Food Security for Teens

November 18, 2019

November 18, 2019


Barbara Frum Library, 20 Covington Rd, Toronto



Events Description

Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette is the owner of NishDish, a First Nations owned and operated catering business specializing in Anishnawbe cuisine. He teaches culinary arts, helps communities to plant Indigenous food gardens, and is the founder of the Toronto Indigenous Business Association, among many other impressive achievements.

Chef Johl will discuss his journey to understand his identity and the role of food in traditional Indigenous communities. Bannock, vegan cornbread, and cedar tea will be served.


Photo credit: Vince Talotta

Who is it for?

Participants must be 13-19 years old.


Tickets : Free

Free. For 13-19-year-olds only. Registration required via Eventbrite or by calling (416) 395-5465.

How to get tickets?

Buy online

Phone: 647-395-5465




Date: Monday November 18, 2019 | 5-6:00

1 hour

Venue & Address

Barbara Frum Library, 3rd floor, 20 Covington Rd, Toronto, ON, M6A 3C1

Wheelchair accessible

Street Parking

Accessible by Public Transport

7 Bathurst or 52 Lawrence stops nearby

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