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"Be more informed, eat better and save money": Dalhousie and Guelph release Canada's Food Price Report 2019
The average Canadian family is expected to spend $411 more on food in 2019 than in 2018, bringing the total cost of healthy food to $12,157 for the year, according to Canada’s Food Price Report 2019.
The future is open
(NOTE: EVENT POSTPONED) Dalhousie Libraries is launching its first in-house produced open textbook: "Environmental Science: A Canadian Perspective," by renowned conservation biologist and Dalhousie faculty member, the late Bill Freedman.
From Dal’s Transition Year Program to studying Management, Trevor Silver has been driven by a simple motto — one that’s now the brand for his own clothing business.
Faculty & Research
In what ways should society support entrepreneurial small businesses? How can we produce food more efficiently? Learn more about the pressing questions being researched here.
- "Be more informed, eat better and save money": Dalhousie and Guelph release Canada's Food Price Report 2019
- 2018 Scotiabank Ethics in Action at Dalhousie a celebration of leadership and courage
- "There's no textbook about this level of interdisciplinary engagement"
- Release: New Dalhousie study finds that 6.4 million Canadians limit the amount of meat they eat, and number will likely grow
- Faculty of Management researchers investigate freshwater landscapes, hydroelectricity‑driven landscape change, virtual teams and social change