Local food campaign says “it isn’t over until we say it’s over
“Kingston residents filled Kingston City Hall last night for the first in a series of ‘think local’ public meetings as part of the community campaign focused on getting Kingston General Hospital (KGH) to develop a made-in-Kingston solution for patient food.
The groundswell of community opposition to the KGH deal with multi-national food giant Compass Corporation should have been heeded because the “sustainability of our community is at stake.¬† We’re here to tell the hospital that the Kingston food fight isn’t over until we say it’s over,” said¬†Dianne Dowling¬†with local chapter of the National Farmers Union (NFU), one of the community coalition partners which also include: People Who Care About Kingston, Campaign to Save the Prison Farms, Urban Gardeners of Kingston, Kingston & District Labour Council, Sisters of Providence and CUPE 1974.
 

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