- When : Wednesday 20 October 2021 from 18:30 to 19:30
- Where : At the multi-purpose centre
- Cost : Free
The history of single-crop farming reveals why it plays such an important role in our present dietary habits. The ongoing monetization of nature, food and labour allows food to be produced at low cost, regardless of the impact it has on the environment and the living conditions of farmers. We’ll explore the extent to which the current food system is out of whack and, more importantly, take a look at new food models that are revolutionizing the way we grow and raise our food, along with inspiring solutions to encourage a shift in the right direction.
The event will be followed by a Q&A session.
Please comply with the health measures in force. Venue accessible for people with reduced mobility.
Public Library Week
Québec’s Public Library Week will be back for its 23rd edition from October 16 to 23, 2021, under the banner Ma biblio : une histoire de famille! This year, the Week will highlight the essential role that public libraries play for Québec families, notably by promoting family literacy.