LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM INVENTORY

for Kingston and Countryside 2007

Data gathering and design: Sunny Lam (sunny.lam@gmail.com)

A map of Kingston and countryside with a 100 km circle centred on Kingston. The counties within this area (fully or partly) are: Frontenac, Lennox & Addington, Leeds-Grenville, Prince Edward, Hastings and Lanark. The Local Food System Inventory illustrates the large number of people and organizations which are integral to a working food system in the region. Contact information, background and websites are provided to help build relationships in our regional community. It is a work in progress, meaning the following information is provided where and when it is available. We welcome all of you to provide feedback on this document as it evolves. The National Farmers Union, Local 316 and Food Down the Road would like to thank Sunny Lam for researching and writing this amazing resource document, the Kingston Economic Development Coorporation for providing financial support to the endeavour and all the people who contributed information to this document.

Individual/Organization FARM AND GARDEN ORGANIZATIONS CATTLEMAN’S ASSOCIATIONS

Contact

Role

Address

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

Cattleman associations are non-profit organizations which represent http:// beef producers. Its activities centre around education, promotion www.cattle.guelp and charity relating to beef. h.on.ca/
c/o R Taite, 4297 Perth Road, RR 1, Inverary, ON, K0H 1X0 Kevin Bovey Ronald Taite President SecretaryTreasurer Box 201, Athens, Ontario, K0E 1B0 Alex MacGregor Charles Sytsma Cindy Heffernan President Vice President Secretary/ Treasurer President Vice President Treasurer Secretary admacgregor@superaje.com chastvapp@webtv.ca kewasan2@hotmail.com kevin.bovey@gmail.com rrtaite@hotmail.com 613 353 6101 613-924-1863 http:// www.grenvillecattle men.com/

Frontenac

Grenville

Lennox & Addington Peter Van Order Doug Lewis Janice York Maurice Street pvanorder@hotmail.com 613-354-5562 613-388-2355 613-478-2200

tmleafsno.1@sympatico.ca RR 3, Yarker, ON, K0K 2N0 National Office, 323 Chapel Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 7Z2 office@cog.ca

ECOLOGICAL FARMING
Canadian Organic Growers Canadian Organic Growers Inc. is a national charitable, membership based education and networking organization that represents farmers, gardeners and citizens in all provinces. All members share a vision for a sustainable bioregionally based organic food system. 613 216-0741 613 984-0480 http://www.cog.ca/

Laura Telford Tom Manley

Achim Mohssen-Beyk

Janine Gibson Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario

Regional Chapter Representative - ON President Steinbach, Manitoba janine@rrcc.ca R5G 1M5 5420 Highway 6 North, RR 5, Guelph, ON, N1H 6J2

laura@cog.ca 1 Union Street Berwick, tom@homesteadorganics.ca Ontario K0C 1G0, Canada mobeyk@quinteorganic.ca

613 476 0158

204 434-6018 519-822-8606 The Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario (EFAO) was formed in http://www.efao.ca/ 1979. Its first purpose was to promote the practice of ecological agriculture which maintains and enhances soil, water, crop and livestock health as well as biodiversity. Its second purpose was to educate and increase public awareness of ecological agriculture methods through the dissemination of knowledge through media, events and research. Its third purpose was to bring together people who are concerned about the environment and agriculture as it stands.

Ann Slater Achim Mohssen-Beyk Kathie Groenewegen

President Vice President Secretary

RR 1, Lakeside, ON, aslater@quadro.net N0M 2G0 1329 Cty. Rd. 7, Picton, mobeyk@quinteorganic.ca ON K0K 2T0 RR 1, Elginburg, ON, info@limestonestables.com K0H 1M0

519 349-2448 613 476 0158 613 545-9214

FEDERATIONS OF AGRICULTURE

The agricultural federations lobby for and represent farmers in political, economic and social issues. These member federations make educational, research and planning information available to farmers.
c/o Eileen Sleeth, RR 1, Battersea, ON K0H 1H0 John Williamson President willj@kos.net 613-353-7748 (fax) 613 353 7335 http:// www.ofa.on.ca/ site/home.asp

Frontenac

farmers.
Frontenac c/o Eileen Sleeth, RR 1, Battersea, ON K0H 1H0 John Contact Williamson Dudley Shannon Eileen Sleeth Don McCabe President 613-353-7748 (fax) willj@kos.net http:// www.ofa.on.ca/ site/home.asp

Individual/Organization

Role

Address

Email

613 353 7335

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

OFA Regional Director Secretary OFA Executive Liaison c/o Carol Wynands, 9332 Branch Road, R.R.3, North Augusta, ON, K0G-1R0

shanlake@kingston.net eilevale@kos.net don.mccabe@ofa.on.ca

613 353 2341 613 353 2475 519-844-2015

Grenville

Adrian Wynands

President, OFA Regional Director Carol Wynands Secretary Geri Kamenz OFA Executive Liaison Leeds Eleanor Renaud, 320 Leacock Rd, RR 3, Jasper ON, K0G-1G0 Donald Bracken President Eleanor SecretaryRenaud Treasurer, OFA Regional Director Geri Kamenz OFA Executive Liaison Lennox-Addington c/o Melanie Hunter, Secretary-Treasurer 1951 Storey St RR 2 Bath, ON K0H 1G0 Larry President, Wannamaker Melanie Hunter SecretaryTreasurer Herb Hart OFA Regional Director Debra PrettyOFA Executive Straathof Liaison Perth 4817 Line 46, Rostock. N0K 1T0 Ed Danen President RR 1, Shakespeare, ON, N0B 2P0

a.wynands@sympatico.ca

613-926-2579

a.wynands@sympatico.ca geri.kamenz@ofa.on.ca

613-926-2579 613-658-2600

brackvale@sympatico.ca renaud@cybertap.com

613-387-3294 613-275-2091

geri.kamenz@ofa.on.ca

613-658-2600

oak.acres@sympatico.ca

613-354-5012

hometownjerseys@hotmail.com 613-354-6089 hartacrefarms@sympatico.ca debra.prettystraathof@ofa.on.ca perth@ofa.on.ca 613-354-0404 613-623-4542 519-393-5555, 519-393-5552 (fax) 519-655-2865 519-655-2865 519-348-8269 http:// 64.7.140.100/perth

ejdanen@hsfx.ca perth@ofa.on.ca bertsr@quadro.net

Agnes Denham SecretaryTreasurer Bert OFA Regional Vortenborsch Director - Perth South Paul Mistele OFA Executive Liaison Prince Edward County Pat Stacey, SecretaryTreasurer, 15 Willis Road, RR 8, Picton, ON, K0K 2T0 John Thompson President Pat Stacey SecretaryTreasurer Tom Bakker OFA Regional Director Bette Jean OFA Executive Crews Liaison

paul.mistele@ofa.on.ca

519-785-2417

thompson@reach.net pat.stacey@sympatico.ca bakker.bros@sympatico.ca bettejean.crews@ofa.on.ca

613-476-5470 613-476-3842 613-399-5654 613-392-8068

FOOD ORGANIZATIONS
Lanark County Slow Food Convivium http:// www.slowfood.ca/ convivia_view.php ?id=16

FOOD ORGANIZATIONS

Individual/Organization

Lanark County Slow Food Convivium

Contact

Role

Address

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

http:// Website www.slowfood.ca/ convivia_view.php ?id=16

Cheryl Nash

Janet Duncan

2196 Old Brooke Rd, R.R. 2, Maberly, ON, K0H 2B0 R.R. 3, Almonte, ON, K0A 1A0 4096 Brewers Mills Rd, RR 1, Seeley's Bay, ON, K0H 2N0 P.O Box 774, Kingston, ON, Canada, K7L 4X6

cheryl@ecoperth.on.ca

613-268-2881, 613 268-2907 613-256-2933

GARDENING & GREENHOUSES
Forman Farms Greenhouse Charlie & Christine Forman 613 382 7914 Forman Farms provides vine-ripened, pesticide-free, hydroponic tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, sweet corn & other vegetables in season; annuals, perennials The Kingston Horticultural Society is one of the oldest in the province. It http:// was formed in 1889. Kingston was the site of the first botanical garden in www.ikweb.com/ Canada on land that is now part of Queen's University. In 1897 an act of khs/ the provincial legislature was passed which supported Horticultural Societies in Ontario "to encourage citizens to beautify their communities as well as their properties". The Kingston Horticultural Society is affiliated with the Garden OntarioOntario Horticultural Association. The Kingston Horticultural Society is subject to the Constitution of the OHA and the provisions of the Horticultural Societies act, R.S.O. 1980, c.204. This organization gives guidance and support to all it's members. The objectives of the Society include education, improving private and public grounds, promotion, exhibitions, environmental protection and distribution of plants.

Kingston Horticultural Society

Sun Harvest Greenhouses

David White Hugh PollittSmith Allison & Greg Shannon

President Secretary Owners 2542 Perth Road, Glenburnie, ON

pollitt-smith@cmc.ca 613 546-6541 Sun Harvest Greenhouses provides pesticide-free hydronponic tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, corn and herbs. It also grows and sells annual and perennial plants.

KINGSTON COMMUNITY GARDENS
Amherstview Community Gardens Barriefield Rock Garden Jennifer Lindsey Ron Peterson 613 634 8721 242 A James St, peterson@geol.queensu.ca Kingston, ON, K7K 5P5 Elmwood St 38 Charles Street near the corner of Charles and Bagot Street. nlegacey@k3c.org frillgarden@yahoo.ca 613 549 0291, Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering 613 533 6180 x.36180 (work) 613 545 7864 613 549 4419 FRILL (Friends Revitalizing Industrial Land Lovingly) is a community www.frillgarden.org garden that aims to bring people together in the spirit of community and good will. The garden was started in May 2004 by the Grade 2 class at Mulberry School and Carone Beaucage as a cleanup project. The original area was a vacant lot that had been “sprinkled with broken glass and trash. Graffiti covered the nearby warehouse…” Carone had moved into a house across the street and had said that she did not want her children to have to view such an unsightly “mess”. The community (teachers, students and parents) was invited to help out – creating ornamental, fruit and vegetable garden plots with trucked in soil. Kingston businesses also donated soil, lumber and plants during this early period. Ultimately, the group “FRILL” (Friends Revitalizing Industrial Land Lovingly) was born of this cohesive project and included families of the students at the school, people in the neighbourhood and Kingston citizens. 613 548 1500, 613 548 1847 (fax) 613 542 2949 x. 154, 613-542-5486 (fax) 613 548-4417 Clinical Dietician x. 1176, 613 Ongwanada 548-8135 (fax)

Elmwood Community Garden FRILL Community Garden

Nancy Legacey Carone Member Beaucage

Katarokwi Community Garden Project

Meg Fumerton

Coordinator

50 Hickson Ave, ahbw@kos.net Kingston, ON, K7K 2N6 Compton Park elainer@kchc.ca

North Kingston Community Garden

Elaine Radway Community Development Worker Mrs. Randy Prue, RD Program Coordinator Ongwanada Community Gardens

Ongwanada Community Garden

114 Wright Crescent

rprue@ongwanada.com

Remembering Garden

Jean

56 Francis St

info@seniors-kingston.on.ca

613 548 7810

Seniors Association Kingston

Individual/Organization
Remembering Garden Sunnyside Community Garden

Contact
Jean Coordinator

Role

Address
56 Francis St The Grey House, 51 Bader Lane, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6

Email
info@seniors-kingston.on.ca sunnysidegarden@riseup.net

Phone
613 548 7810 613-533-3189

Background (where available)/Notes
Seniors Association Kingston Sunnyside Community Garden is a volunteer-run organization. Its plots are on land owned by Utilities Kingston at Brock St and MacDonnell St. The Garden makes use of the administrative support of OPIRG Kingston. Its goals are to enable residents to grow their own food and flowers; to give people a place to meet their neigbours; to provide educational opportunities for the community to learn about gardening and to provide a welcoming place for everyone to enjoy.

Website

MASTER GARDENERS
Steve Craft 102 Livingston Avenue, rscrafts@kos.net Kingston, ON, K7L 4L4 613 546-4648

NATIONAL FARMERS UNION

The National Farmers Union promotes policies that will revitalize agriculture in Ontario by strengthening family farms. On local, national and international levels, the NFU advocates alternative structures and government policies that resist corporate control of food. With farmers and consumers, NFU works to encourage vibrant rural communities, environmentally sustainable practices and the production of safe, wholesome food. Local 316 (Kingston, Frontenac & Lennox-Addington Counties) is one of the most active chapters of the National Farmers Union.
Andrea Cumpson Peter Dowling David Hahn Ian Stutt President, Local 316 NPC Director NPC Director NPC Director President 422 Fox Rd, RR 1, Wooler, ON, K0K 3M0 184 Earl Dwyre Road, RR 1, Elgin, ON, K0G 1E0 4900 Appleton Sideroad, RR 3, Almonte, ON, K0A 1A0 dunbrae@sympatico.ca 613 353-2260 dowling@sympatico.ca dhahn@rideau.net ianstutt@hotmail.com bosshoggirl@hotmail.com 613 546-0869 613 273-5545

http://www.nfu.ca/ on/ http://www.nfu.ca/ on/misc_files/ FoodDownRoad. html

Kingston, Frontenac, (Local 316)

Hastings, Prince Edward, Northumberland Mark Richardson Leeds, Grenville Jim Earl President 613 359 5164

Lanark Bruce Duncan President 613 256 2933

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
Belleville Agricultural Society Debra Lucas Secretary/ Manager 18 Yeoman Street Belleville, Ontario K8P 3X2 P.O. Box 824 Kingston, Ontario K7L 4X6 ger@magma.ca

The agricultural societies provide leadership to the agricultural fair industry through promotion, communication and educational activities.
613-968-3266, 613-968-3956 (fax) 613-542-6701, The Kingston Fair aims to encourage the awareness of agriculture and 613-542-9560 improvements in life skills and quality of life through promoting the (fax) production, marketing and improvement of agricultural commodities and methods by hosting exhibitions intended to enrich the education of the community and at the same time support and promote the agricultural industry.

http:// www.ontariofairs. com/
www.quintexubetra ce.com www.kingstonfair.c om

Kingston & District Agricultural Society

kdas@kos.net

Heather Simpson Wayne Selle

Lennox Agricultural Society

Secretary/ Manager Event Committee Member Carol McKinley Secretary/ Manager Sylvia Bumstead Dayle VanAlstine Secretary/ Manager

Maberly Agricultural Society

Mohawk Agricultural Society

Norma Maracle Secretary/ Manager

P. O. Box 176 Napanee, Ontario K7R 3M3 R.R. 2 3321 Bennett Lake Road Maberly, Ontario K0H 2B0 2023 York Rd, R.R. 1, Deseronto, Ontario, K0K 1X0

napaneefair@msn.com

613-354-5264, 613-354-1471 (fax) secretary@maberlyagsociety.ca 613-268-2291 dvanalst@kos.net

www.maberlyagso ciety.ca/index.html

muckwa@sympatico.ca

613-396-3800

Individual/Organization
Mohawk Agricultural Society

Contact

Role

Address
2023 York Rd, R.R. 1, Deseronto, Ontario, K0K 1X0 Box 297 Odessa, Ontario K0H 2H0 Box 158, Perth, ON, K7H 3E3

Email
muckwa@sympatico.ca

Phone
613-396-3800

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

Norma Maracle Secretary/ Manager

Odessa Agricultural Society

kimfarms@kingston.net

613 386 3453

Perth & District Agricultural Society

Nancy Horne

Secretary/ Manager Secretary/ Manager Secretary/ Manager

perthfair@perthfair.on.ca

613-267-4104, 613-267-3086 613-476-6154, 613-476-6752 (fax) 613-476-6154, 613-476-6752 (fax)

http:// www.odessafair.or g http:// www.perthfair.on.c a

Picton Agricultural Society

Howard Martin

Box 1171 homart@personainternet.ca Picton, Ontario K0K 2T0 Box 1171 homart@personainternet.ca Picton, Ontario K0K 2T0

Prince Edward City Agricultural Society

Howard Martin

ONTARIO BEE KEEPER ASSOCIATIONS

The Association represents beekeepers, taking concerns and http:// suggestions to provincial and federal level governments. It www.ontariobee.c negotiates for improved crop insurance and honey regulations. The om/ Association works to create a mite-resistant bee stock. It organizes courses and educates through schools, teachers, news and publications. The Association is also a contact for obtaining honey or bee products.
Vern Price President 108 Weeks Rd, RR 2, Lyndhurst, ON, K0E 1N0 vernon.price@sympatico.ca 613-928-1067

Lanark County Beekeepers’ Association

Limestone Beekeepers Guild

The Guild is a local beekeepers club whose purpose was to educate and share in the art of beekeeping. It was intended to be of interest to those in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington, Leeds and Grenville. The Guild has contributed money to the Ontario Bee Research Fund for the last few years. Bill Lake President 2712 Round Lake Rd, RR 1, Battersea, ON, K0H 1H0 betsybhoney@hotmail.com 613 353 6768

http:// www3.sympatico.c a/lovegrove1// bees/index.htm

Quinte Beekeepers’ Association

Paul Gooderham Elaine Lampitt Liz Corbett Kathy MacRow

katzenjammer10@hotmail.com 613 378 2631 jllampitt@sunbeach.net 762 Clearview Rd, RR ebcorbett@sympatico.ca 2, Stirling, ON, K0K 3E0 1841 Jackson Mills Road, Kingston, ON, K7L 4V4

President

613-395-1335 613 542 2775

ONTARIO SOIL AND CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATIONS

The Association seeks to communicate and facilitate responsible economic management of soil, water, air and crops.

http:// www.ontariosoilcr op.org/ default.aspx? menuid=2

Frontenac

c/o Brian Tolls, 2764 Unity Rd, Elginburg, ON, K0H 1M0 Brian Tolls Brian McDonald Jason Pyke Lloyd Orser Secretary Treasurer President Vice President 1801 Lockwood Lane, Elgin, ON, K0G 1E0 btolls@primus.ca pykeview@kingston.net 613 542 0605 613 385 2941 613 376 3695 613-359-6047 613-359-6047

Leeds Donald Gordon President Debbie Gordon SecretaryTreasurer Lennox & Addington Herb Hart President hartacrefarms@sympatico.ca 613-354-0000, 613 561-4220 (cell) 613-354-2427

Brad King Ottawa Rideau (regional)

SecretaryTreasurer

Individual/Organization
Ottawa Rideau (regional)

Contact
John Nanne

Role
President

Address

Email

Phone
613-624-5252, 613-624-5332 (fax) 613-267-6362, 613-267-0258 (fax) 519-393-5407

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

Shirley Munro

Regional 570 Cameron Side shirmunro@aol.com Communication Road, RR 7, Perth, ON, Coordinator K7H 3C9 President SecretaryTreasurer President SecretaryTreasurer President 114 Strachan St, eandtsmith@golden.net Stratford, ON, N5A 2B1

Perth Charlie Dunsmore Thelma Smith Prince Edward County Lloyd Crowe Henry Nyman Quinte (regional) Max Kaiser 613-354-0100, 613-354-3020 (fax) 613-399-3429, 613-399-5285 (fax) 613-476-5871 613-399-5285

519-271-5190

Henry Nyman

SecretaryTreasurer

PROCESSORS
ABATTOIRS
Brian Quinn’s Meats Ltd. Pittsburg Farms Wallace Beef Inc. Brian Quinn William Greenless Bruce Wallace Owner RR 2, Yarker, ON, K0K 3N0 RR 1, Joyceville, ON, K0H 1Y0 PO Box 93, Glenburnie, ON, K0H 1S0 1530 Bath Road, Kingston, ON K7M 4X6 613-377-6430 613 542 0572 613 536-6379 Provincial Packer Provincial Packer Provincial Packer

Owner

BAKERIES
Bread and Butter Bakery & Fine Pastries Wendy Whitall Owner 613 384-3675 Bread and Butter Bakery makes its pastries and cakes with sweet butter, www.breadandbutt real cream, pure vanilla and chocolate. The Bakery provides an er.ca interesting variety of breads which are hand made and baked daily. The Bakery also provides cakes for special occasions and ready made meals like homemade chicken pot pies, quiches, soups and more. Card's Bakery provides fresh bread, pies and pastries daily. The Bakery also creates speciality and wedding cakes (see http:// www.cakesbykrista.com/).

Card’s Bakery/Cakes by Krista

Jennifer Moon

Owner

304 Bagot Street, Kingston, ON K7K 3B4 830 Norwest Road, Kingston, ON K7P 2N4 1966 Bathurst Concession 5, Perth, ON, K7H 3C9 Cross Street: Concession 5 Rd and Gambles 10755 Pepperville Road, RR 3, Mountain, ON, K0E1S0

613 544-4448

Fred’s Bakery Little Stream Bakery

Fred de Benedetti Graham Beck

Owner Owner

613 389-0237 bakery@littlestream.com 613 267 9712 Little Stream Bakery is a certified organic bakery (OCCP). Its breads and other healthy treats are made using only certified organic ingredients in wood-heated ovens (using a renewable fuel resource). It offers yeastfree heritage and organic bread.

Mountain Path

Bob Hogg

Owner

bob@mountainpath.com info@mountainpath.com

Pan Chancho Bakery & Cafe

44 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1A4

pigpan@kingston.net

613 989 2973, Mountain Path is a family owned farming and milling business south of 613 989 1057 Ottawa and north of the St. Lawrence River. Mountain Path has been (fax) committed to organic production since 1975 and certified since 1982 (OCPP). Mountain Path buys locally whenever possible in order to support regional organic agriculture and business. Many of the grains they mill are grown in the Ottawa Valley. Their efforts to promote organic farming and milling have influenced the number of local farms who have adopted organic methods. Mountain Path provides stone ground organic flours and other certified organic and natural products to bakeries, restaurants, and health food stores in and around eastern Ontario, western Quebec and northern New York State. 613 544 7790 Pan Chancho is located in the heart of downtown Kingston. It is a bakery 613-546-1792 and restaurant all in one with take out options. Pan Chancho has themed (fax) dinners, cocktails or light snacks. It also provides a private dining room for up to 40 people for special dinner functions. Pan Chancho tries to source as many local and regional ingredients as possible.

www.mountainpath .com

http:// www.panchancho. com

Pan Chancho Bakery & Cafe

Individual/Organization

Contact

Role

44 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1A4

pigpan@kingston.net

Address

Email

613 544 7790 613-546-1792 Phone (fax)

Pan Chancho is located in the heart of downtown Kingston. It is a bakery and restaurant all in one with take out options. Pan Chancho has themed Background (where snacks. It also provides a private dining room dinners, cocktails or lightavailable)/Notes for up to 40 people for special dinner functions. Pan Chancho tries to source as many local and regional ingredients as possible.

http:// www.panchancho. Website com

Wolfe Island Bakery

Veronica Desjardins Tibrata Gillies Valerie Steve or Melissa Mcintosh Ken Campbell

General Manager Chef Owners 311 Queen Street, Kingston, ON K7K 1B7

TGillies@SL.On.Ca 613 545-9434

DAIRY
Forfar Dairy Ltd General Manager 1536 Hwy 42, Portland, kmcampbell@forfar.com ON K0G 1E0 Forfar Dairy has mainly focused on cow cheddar. After 1980, the Dairy http:// began experimenting with a variety of alternative cheeses including www.forfar.com/ flavoured cheddar, skim milk cheese and goat milk cheese. Forfar Dairy also produces sheep milk cheese for lactose intolerant eaters using local suppliers. Forfar supplies various health food stores and other retailers throughout eastern Ontario. wiltoncheesefactory@bellnet.ca 613-386-7314, Wilton Cheese Factory is a manufacturing division of A.M. Jensen Ltd. 613-386-1223 Jensen Cheese is a totally Canadian cheese company established in (fax) 1925. It produces old fashioned, full bodied cheese using the founder's Old World curing process. The Wilton Cheese Factory is the first cheese factory in Eastern Ontario and the third in Canada to receive 2000 HACCP federal designation and certification. 613 476-5132 613 272 2107

Wilton Cheese Factory

Norm Barroks

General Manager

287 Simmons Road R.R. #2 Odessa, Ontario K0H 2H0

JUICE
Baycrest Farms Chris Ackerman Owner RR 3; Picton, ON; K0K 2T0

OTHER
Ironwood Gardens Chris Wooding Farmer P.O. Box 124; Station info@ironwoodgardens.ca (613) 382-8709 Ironwood Gardens focuses on restoring sustainable food production for main; Gananoque, ON; cwooding@ironwoodgardens.ca local consumption and cultivate 2 acres through a 6 year rotation They K7G 2T7 raise currants, plums, blackberries, and field strawberries. The Gardens are also experimenting with growing and milling different varieties of grain. Ironwood Gardens provides seasonal vegetables through food baskets, the Gananoque Farmers Market and Lansdowne Farmers Market. Ironwood Gardens also provides arborist and garden tune-up services (spring start up or fall wind down). RR 1, Wolfe Island, K0H robert@hendersonfarms.on.ca 2Y0 613 544-4063 http:// www.ironwoodgard ens.ca

PRESERVES
Henderson Farms Robert Henderson Owner Henderson Farms provides all natural, home-made products. It is www.hendersonfar renowned for the quality of its jams, jellies and marmalades garnering ms.on.ca numerous awards over the years. Robert Henderson was awarded the title of "Grand Champion Jelly and Jam Maker of 2006" at the Royal Agriculture Winter Fair, winning the most ribbons as an individual competitor. Old Farm provides organic heritage tomatoes, vegetables, herbs, preserves, cut flowers, and honey. It also offers frozen soup entrees and side dishes using local products when they are available.

Old Farm

Nancy George

Farmer

3916 Highway 15, Joyceville, ON

oldfarm@sympatico.ca

613 548-4331

RETAILERS/FOOD PROVIDERS
COMMUNITY SHARED AGRICULTURE (CSAs)
Patchwork Gardens Megan Joslin Ian Stutt Eric Williams Emily Dowling Jeff and Sue Klug Farmer Farmer Farmer Howe Island Farmers 145 Taylor Rd West, Gananoque, ON K7G 2V3 #602 Hwy 95, Wolfe Island 4649 Milburn Road, Battersea, ON meganjoslin@hotmail.com ianstutt@hotmail.com ericwilliams17@hotmail.com emily@rootradicalrows.com 613 353-1373

Root Radical Community Shared Agriculture Roots Down Organic Farm

613-546-0869

www.rootradicalro ws.com

rootsdownorganics@sympatico. 613 382 9568 ca vegetablesunplugged@gmail.co 613 385-8569 m foxcreek@kos.net crasimpson@gmail.com khan.sadiqa@gmail.com

Vegetables Unplugged CSA Kathy Rothermol Craig Simpson Sadiqa Kahn Farmer Farmer Farmer

FARMERS MARKETS

Individual/Organization FARMERS MARKETS
Belleville Farmers’ Market Brockville Farmers Market

Contact

Role

Address
Market Square behind City Hall Market Street West, downtown Brockville

Email
jazzyj727@aol.com tdc@cybertap.com

Phone
613-476-1255

Background (where available)/Notes
Its estimated formation date is 1816. What started off as a small stone building with 4 butchers and several produce stalls has now evolved into a bustling street of approximately 51 merchants. Since it first opened almost 174 years ago this quaint market, with its friendly and welcoming atmosphere, has played an integral role in the development of Brockville’s rich cultural history. The Farmer’s Market @ Queen’s is organized by a volunteer committee comprised of interested and enthusiastic students, alumni, staff, and associates of Queen’s University. The committee is responsible for establishing the market regulations, operating the market, registering vendors, collecting vendor fees and promoting the growth of the market and its vision of a local and sustainable food system.

Website

http:// www.brockvillefarm ersmarket.ca/

Farmers Market @ Queen’s

support.queens.farmers.market @gmail.com

http:// www.thefarmersma rketatqueens.com/

Monica Batac Sunny Lam

Volunteer Organizer Volunteer Organizer

5mab@qlink.queensu.ca 33 Aldergrove Ave, Toronto, ON, M4C 1B3 sunnylam@tricolour.queensu.ca 613 531 0260 BSCH (Biology, Queen's University), MES (Environmental Studies, Queen's University). Research Interests: local food, food systems, food security & sovereignty, agriculture, health & nutrition, climate change, neurosciences, psychology, sociology, policy. 613.533.6000, Catering Assistant x. 75239 613.329.5114 (cell) 613.533.6624 (fax)

Todd Hartrick

Volunteer Organizer

Queen's Event hartrick@queensu.ca Services, 75 Bader Lane, Victoria Hall, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N8 jessica.m.chu@gmail.com davies.hilary@gmail.com 844 Division St Kingston ON K7K 4C3 Canada 4547 Yarker Road RR#1 Harrowmith ON, Canada K0H 1V0 jolimanson@browns.ca

Jessica Chu Hilary Davies Joli Manson

Volunteer Organizer Volunteer Organizer Volunteer Organizer

613 547-2959 613 546-3246, Director of Purchasing 613 536-9121 (cell), 613 546-9191 (fax) 613 377 6668, The Frontenac Farmers Market (FFM) is a not for profit organization http:// 613 374 3428 promoting farmers, food producers and fine arts in Frontenac County and www.frontenacfarm the surrounding areas. ersmarket.ca/ The Kingston Farmers Market is estimated to be the oldest in North America. it was started around 1780.

Frontenac Farmers’ Market

Kim & Dave Perry

Farmers

perryfarm2@sympatico.ca

Kingston Public Market Jack O'Brien Betty Berghout Farmer Vendor 875 Kingston Mills Road obriens.farm@cogeco.ca 613 549-7120 613 384 7974, 613 331 2267 (cell) 613-353-1373

Eric William Lansdowne Farmers Market

Farmer

Perth Farmers Market

ericwilliams17@hotmail.com Grand Trunk Avenue and Prince St (Hwy #3), Lansdowne Located downtown info@perthfarmersmarket.ca Heritage Perth in the Market Square beside the Town Hall, off Gore Street.

613-326-0465, Bob Chorney, an OMAF employee and later the General Manager of http:// 613-283-8838 Farmers' Market Ontario, was instrumental in the return of Farmers' www.perthfarmers Markets to many small towns in Ontario. A trial market was held in Perth market.ca/ in the summer of 1991 and was very successful. Rob Trower, manager of Shaws of Perth, became the BIA rep for the market. He took on the role of being the driving force behind the market during its formative period. The market has been operating as Perth Farmers' Market since June 13, 1992.

Quinte West Farmers’ Market

Front Street (Riverside), gdyke@city.quintewest.on.ca downtown Trenton St. Lawrence College 85 A Stephen St., Kingston, K7K 2C5 By referral, students only (Mon - Fri, 8 am - 4 pm) St. Vincent de Paul Society

FOOD BANKS
Food for Thought Food Pantry Deb Greer debgreer@cogeco.ca 613-546-3333

FOOD BANKS

Individual/Organization
Partners in Mission Food Bank (Amherstview)

Food Pantry

Deb Greer

Contact

Role
Director

Jo-Anne Polen

Partners in Mission Food Bank (Kingston) Queen’s University AMS Food Bank Salvation Army Community & Family Services

Sandy Singers

Executive Director

85 A Stephen St., Address Kingston, K7K 2C5 St. Joseph Regional House, 16 Manitou Cres E, Amherstview, ON K7N 1B2 140 Hickson Ave., Kingston, K7K 2N6 McGillivray Brown Hall, 218 Barrie St 326 Alfred St, Kingston, ON, K7L 3S5 4400 Mill Street, Sydenham

debgreer@cogeco.ca

Email

613-546-3333

Phone

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

jpolen@bellnet.ca

613-389-0275, 613-384-6978 (fax) 613-544-4534 Students only, confidentiality assured, please present student card (Barrie St. entrance) (Tue, Thu, Sat, 4-5 pm) 613 548 4411

foodbank@kingston.net

FOOD BOXES
Desert Lake Gardens Pat and Rick Dawson pat.dlgardens@bellnet.ca dlgardens@bellnet.ca 613 376-1533 Desert Lake Gardens planted their first vegetable garden in the spring of http:// 1983 for self-provisioning purposes. Desert Lake Gardens produces a www.dlgardens.co wide variety of organic vegetables on their farm. They also sell produce, m eggs, meat, cheese, maple syrup and honey from other local producers. The Good Food Box is a non-profit fresh fruit and vegetable distribution system operated by Good Food Box Kingston. Although this program was developed to make nutritious food available to lower income families, it is available to everyone. Customers come from a range of income levels, and geographical areas, from low income to middle class, from the city and rural areas. Brown's Fine Food Services Inc., of Kingston, Ontario Canada provides http:// nutritious and healthy cafeteria food services, vending machine services, www.browns.ca/ office coffee, catering and food service and cafeteria design to more than 300 businesses, industry, schools, sports arenas, warehouses, government offices and corporate clients.

The Good Food Box (NKCHC)

Mary Wood

c/o 400 Elliot Ave. Kingston, K7K 6M9

goodfoodbox@nkchc.kchc.ca

613-530-2239

FOOD SERVICE PROVIDERS
Brown’s Fine Foods Services Joli Manson Director of Purchasing 844 Division St, jolimanson@browns.ca Kingston, ON, K7K 4C3 613 546-3246, 613 536-9121 (cell), 613 546-9191 (fax)

INDEPENDENT GROCERS
Bearance’s Grocery Garjos Food Market Glenburnie Grocery Mike Gary Nightingale Mark Richards Owner Owner 115 Livingston Avenue, Kingston, ON K7L 4L3 408 Main, Bath, ON, garjos@bellnet.ca K0H 1G0 2454 Perth Rd, Glenburnie, ON 613 548-4441 613-352-5982

Kingston Feed and Farm

Produce Town

Sigrid’s Natural Foods

Tara Natural Foods

Trousdale’s IGA

613-542-6234, 613 546 3135 (fax) Steve Holmes Owner, General 1033 John Counter info@kingstonfeedandfarm.com 613 546-9152 Kingston Feed & Farm was established on June 1, 1994 as a full service Manager Blvd. (at Division farm supply business. It was originally owned by James Richardson & Street), Kingston, ON Sons Ltd, running under the Topnotch Feeds label. The business has been in Kingston for over 40 years, serving the local area with feed and farm supplies. Brent Ramsey Owner 400 Bath Road, info@producetown.com 613-542-2124, Kingston, ON, K7M 2Y3 613-542-6232 (fax) Matthew or Owners 506 Days Road (Lasalle 613-384-1756, Serving the Greater Kingston market for over 25 years, Sigrid's Natural Dawna Waddell Park Plaza), Kingston, 613 384 6014 Foods provides bulk foods, health foods, nuts dried fruits healthy snacks, Ontario, K7M 4X2 (fax) rice, beans, cosmetics, soaps & shampoos. It is a family owned store. Rudy Owner 81 Princess St; admin@taranaturalfoods.com 613-546-4439, Tara's was established in 1972. The store has a fine selection of organic Kingston, Ontario K7L 613-546-1792 and natural foods as well as other environmentally friendly products. 1A6; Canada (fax) 5 George St, 613-376-6609, Sydenham, ON K0H 613-376-6073 2T0 (fax)

http:// www.kingstonfeed andfarm.com/

http:// www.producetown. com/

http:// taranaturalfoods.co m/index.html

INSTITUTIONAL KITCHENS/CAFETERIAS
Correctional Institutions Collins Bay Institution Cecil Vrieswyk Warden 1455 Bath Road, PO Box 190, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V9 525 King Street West, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2X9 Highway 15, PO Box 880, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4X9 555 King Street West, PO Box 22, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V7 613 545-8598, 613 536-6117 (fax) 613 545-8845, 613 547-7724 (fax) 613 536-6400, 613 536-6433 (fax) 613 545-8460, With the union of Upper and Lower Canada in 1841, the institution 613 545-8826 became known as the "Provincial Penitentiary of the Province of (fax) Canada". With the passing of the British North America Act and Confederation in 1867, the institution became more commonly known as "Kingston Penitentiary", and was one of three such institutions placed under the control of the federal government, along with facilities at Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John, New Brunswick.

Isabel McNeil House

Brinda WilsonDemuth Theresa Westfall Donna Morrin

Warden

Joyceville Institution

Warden

Kingston Penitentiary

Warden

http://www.cscscc.gc.ca/text/ facilit/ institutprofiles/ kingston_e.shtml

Individual/Organization
Kingston Penitentiary

Contact
Donna Morrin

Role
Warden

Address
555 King Street West, PO Box 22, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V7

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

Website
http://www.cscscc.gc.ca/text/ facilit/ institutprofiles/ kingston_e.shtml

Material Services, The Correctional Service of Lori Rombough Regional Chief Canada

Pittsburgh Institution

Alan Stevenson Warden

Regional Treatment Centre

Larry Stebbins

Warden

Food Sharing Project, The

The Correctional romboughjl@csc-scc.gc.ca Service of Canada, Regional Headquarters, ON, Morton House, PO Box 1174, 440 King Street, Kingston, ON, K71 4Y8 Highway 15, No. 3766, PO Box 4510, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 5E5 555 King Street West, PO Box 22, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V7 140 Hickson Ave, fsp@kingston.net Kingston, ON, K7K 2N6

613 545-8460, With the union of Upper and Lower Canada in 1841, the institution 613 545-8826 became known as the "Provincial Penitentiary of the Province of (fax) Canada". With the passing of the British North America Act and Confederation in 1867, the institution became more commonly known as "Kingston Penitentiary", and was one of three such institutions placed under the control of the federal government, along with facilities at Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John, New Brunswick. 613 545-8217 The Material Services department is responsible for all procurement and contracting for correctional institutions in the Ontario Region.

613 536-6389 (General Office) 613 536-6900, 613 536-4115 (fax) 613-530-3514, The Food Sharing Project was officially introduced in 1982 by a Board of 613-530-3710 Directors, as a school based breakfast program for children in need in a (fax) few schools, Today, the project attempts to meet the needs of more than 1,500 children daily in the form of a breakfast, lunch or snack program.

http:// www.limestone.on. ca/ ldsb_information/ partners/ food_sharing/ content.html

Pamela Richmond Brenda Moore Jeffery Lowes Kingston General Hospital

Coordinator Chair jplowes@cogeco.ca 76 Stuart Street, web@kgh.kari.net Kingston, ON, K7L 2V7 613.549.6666 613 548-3232 Affiliated with Queen’s University, Kingston General Hospital is a 456-bed http:// teaching hospital that serves more than 500,000 people in southeastern www.kgh.on.ca/ Ontario and is the community hospital for the Kingston area. KGH provides an array of specialized acute and ambulatory clinical services including trauma, cardiac, stroke, pediatric, perinatal, end stage renal and stem cell transplants. Home to the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario, KGH is dedicated to compassionate, high quality health care in a dynamic academic research environment. It features a robust research program and provides hands-on skill training for 1,900 health care students annually.

Purchasing Ken Scott Large Businesses Queen’s University

613 548-2360 Kitchen Manager Queen's University 99 University Avenue Kingston, Ontario Canada K7L 3N6 613.533.2000, Queen's is one of Canada's leading universities, with an international 613 533-6000 reputation for scholarship, research, social purpose, spirit and diversity. Consistently ranked among the top universities in Canada, Queen's is known for its high quality and incomparable 24-hour learning environment. Great teaching, great students, community and tradition, these are the hallmarks of the Queen's experience. 613 533 2529 x 74557 613 533 2953 x 74985 RMC is now over one hundred years old. It was established by an act of http://www.rmc.ca/ the Canadian Parliament in 1874 "for the purpose of providing a complete education in all branches of military tactics, fortification, engineering, and general scientific knowledge in subjects connected with and necessary to thorough knowledge of the military profession." 613 541 6000 x.6220 http:// www.queensu.ca

Food Services

Bruce Griffiths

Phil Sparks Royal Military College

Director of Residence & Food Services Sodexho Liaison Commandant, Royal Military College of Canada, PO Box 17000, Station Forces, Kingston, ON, Canada, K7K 7B4

griffitb@queensu.ca

https:// housing.queensu.c a/foodservices

sparksp@queensu.ca

Dining Hall and Management Services

Canada, PO Box 17000, Station Forces, Kingston, ON, Canada, K7K 7B4

education in all branches of military tactics, fortification, engineering, and general scientific knowledge in subjects connected with and necessary to thorough knowledge of the military profession."

Individual/Organization
St. Lawrence College

Dining Hall and Management Services

Contact

Role

Address
100 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, Ontario K7L 5A6

Email

613 541 6000 Phone x.6220 613-544-5400 613-545-3923 (fax)

Background (where available)/Notes
With campuses in three small to mid-sized cities in eastern Ontario, SLC serves a wide and diverse catchment area. What sets the college apart is its ability to offer a world-class educational experience without the hassles of big-city living. The college’s overall approval rating for learning environment, quality of faculty, and excellence in graduate preparation is among the highest for community colleges in Ontario and testimony to its ability to consistently exceed expectations.

Website
http:// www.sl.on.ca/ index.aspx? iPageID=2

Thomas Elia

Executive Chef, Professor and Program Coordinator

telia@sl.on.ca

613-544-5400 x.1234, 1-866-826-333 8 (toll free)

http:// www.sl.on.ca/ index.aspx? iPageID=139&iMe nuID=6&progId=21 8

Tibrata Gillies

TGillies@SL.On.Ca 221 Queen Street, Kingston K7K 1B4 (corner of Queen & Clergy) St. Vincent de Paul, 85/85A Stephen St 50 Hickson Ave

613 353-6815

MEAL PROGRAMS
Food Not Bombs, Queen Street United Church Jock foodnotbombs@lists.riseup.net 613 549-3747, Free community meal where everyone is welcome. (Sun 1 pm, doors foodnotbombskingston@hotmail 613-542-3818 open 12:45 pm) .com 613 544 9967 ahbw@kos.net 613 548 1500 Hot lunch Mon-Fri, Sep-Jun, 11:30 am Hot meal (Fri, $2 if affordable; year round unless special event is on; 11 am - 1 pm) 613 546 2143 Light lunch/snacks, Mon-Thu, 12:00-2:00 pm, Sep - mid Jun 613 542 2790 Hot drinks (9:30 pm - 1:00 am, Oct 15 - Mar 15) 613-546-0320, Martha's Table is a restaurant-style facility where those of modest means http:// 613 546 0313 can enjoy a nutritious meal at very low cost. There is also an adjoining www.marthastable. (fax) Friendship Room. (Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri; 3:30-5:15 pm) ca/ 613 549 5088 Sandwiches, donuts, coffee (Mon-Fri, 10 am - 4 pm) 613 542 3818 Community breakfast (Sunday 1 pm, doors open at 12:45 pm)

Hospitality Centre Katarokwi Native Friendship Centre Kingston Alliance Church Kingston Street Truck Mission Martha’s Table Meg Fumerton

Ruth Archibald

540 Palace Rd Princess @ Clergy 629 Princess St, marthastable@bellnet.ca Kingston, ON, K7L 1E2

Friendship Room Queen St. United Church

Seventh Day Adventist St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

Connie Druce

221 Queen Street, Kingston K7K 1B4 (corner of Queen & Clergy) 66 Wright Cr. 130 Clergy St. East, Kingston, K7K 3S3

constance99@hotmail.com

613 548 7765 613-546-6316

St. George’s Cathedral Lunch Program

Jennie Hurd

St. Mary’s Cathedral Hot Meal Program

Pat Fardella

St. Paul’s Anglican Church The Bread of Life Club The Gathering Place

King @ Johnson St jhurd27@cogeco.ca 129 Wellington St., PO Box 475, K7L 3C9, Kingston St. John's Parish Hall, pat.fardella@sympatico.ca 88 Patrick St., Kingston, ON, K7K 3P1 137 Montreal @ Queen St Salvation Army Rideau Heights, 183 Weller Ave 326 Alfred St

613-548-4617 x. 30

Vegetarian Meal (Tue, 4:00-5:00 pm) This site offers a free hot meal, in the church hall (basement, use Clergy St. entrance). Open to all, especially the needy and lonely. Take out is available for people with disabilities. Full hot lunch (Mon-Fri 11:00 am). Opens at 9 am for coffee and snacks.

613 546 6900 613-548-3869 613 542 5870 613 541 3947 613 548 4411

Hot meal & soup (Sat 11:15 am, doors open at 9 am)

Soup & Sandwich (Thu, 5:00-6:30 pm) Hot meal, emergency food closet (last 7 days of month, 3:30-5:00 pm; Mon, Wed, Fri - 3:00 pm) Hot soup/snacks (Summer: Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun, 2:00-6:00 pm; Winter: Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun, 2:30-6:00 pm)

RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, CATERERS
Ambassador Conference Resort Hotel 1150 Princess St, contact@ambassadorhotel.com 613 548 3605, In April, 1954, Joe Melo, a 29-year old Portuguese farmer borrowed http:// Kingston, ON, K7M 9E3 1 800 267 enough money to pay his passage to Canada, arriving with only $225 with www.ambassadorh 7880 which to build a new life. While he first settled in Halifax, his move to otel.com/ Kingston launched him on a journey that would take him from the world of construction to his own restaurant and eventually to the development of what is now the largest hotel in southeastern Ontario. venicio@ambassadorhotel.com 613-541-4676 68R Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1A5 pigpan@kingston.net 613-549-7673, Since 1979 Chez Piggy has been located in a secluded courtyard in 613-549-0364 historic downtown Kingston, Ontario, "the pig", as it is known locally, has (fax) been attracting a faithful clientele for over 28 years. From its humble beginnings as an abandoned limestone stable, Rose Richardson and Zal Yanovsky have created a dining experience that blends grace and gusto, taste and imagination. 613 549 6300, 613 549-1508 (fax), 1 888-825-4656 http:// www.chezpiggy.co m/

Chez Piggy

Venicio (Vinny) General Rebelo Manager Rose Richardson and Zal Yanovsky

Confederation Place Waterfront Hotel

Bill Allinson

237 Ontario Street, sales@confedplace.com Kingston, ON, K7L 2Z4

http:// www.confederation place.com/ default.asp

Individual/Organization
Confederation Place Waterfront Hotel

Contact
Bill Allinson

Role

Address

Email

Phone
613 549 6300, 613 549-1508 (fax), 1 888-825-4656 613 382 2165, 613 382 7912 (fax), (800) 465 - 3101 613-549-5544, 613-549-1608 (fax), 800-848-0011

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

237 Ontario Street, sales@confedplace.com Kingston, ON, K7L 2Z4

Gananoque Inn

John Keilty

Owner

550 Stone Street South, info@gananoqueinn.com Gananoque, ON K7G 2A8 263 Ontario St., Kingston K7K 2X5

Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises

http:// www.confederation place.com/ default.asp The historic Gannaoque Inn in Gananoque, Ontario is nestled on the http:// banks of the St. Lawrence River in a small town setting in the heart of the www.gananoquein world famous Thousand Islands. Discerning travelers have found an n.com/ idyllic setting and warm hospitality at the Gananoque Inn since 1896. http://www. 1000islandscruises .on.ca/

Hugh Mackenzie Jamie Brice

Scott Dawson Luke’s Cafe Pan Chancho Bakery & Cafe

General Manager Food & Beverage Manager Chef & Kitchen Manager 264 Princess St, Kingston, ON K7L 1B5 44 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1A4

hmac@ktic.ca jamie@ktic.ca

chef@ktic.ca 613 531 7745 pigpan@kingston.net 613 544 7790, Pan Chancho is located in the heart of downtown Kingston. It is a bakery http:// 613-546-1792 and restaurant all in one with take out options. Pan Chancho has themed www.panchancho. (fax) dinners, cocktails or light snacks. It also provides a private dining room com for up to 40 people for special dinner functions. Pan Chancho tries to source as many local and regional ingredients as possible.

Tibrata Gillies Veronica Desjardins Valerie The Hub Restaurants Gusto

Chef General Manager

TGillies@SL.On.Ca

424 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1C2 395 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1B9

info@gustokingston.com

613-536-1616

The Grizzly Grill

thegrizzlygrill@hotmail.com

The Sleepless Goat

Thor

Co-Op Member 91 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1A6

thesleepless@mutualaid.org

613-544-7566 613 547 6520 (fax) 1 800 336 0891 613-545-9646

http:// www.gustokingston .com/ http:// www.grizzlygrill.on. ca/

The Tea Room

Tea Room; Clark Hall, Queen’s University; Kingston ON; K7L 3N6 Zhaodi Head Manager Culbreath Maia McCarron Operations Manager Tim Philpott HR & Enviro. Manager Kevin Marcotte Business Manager

tearoom@engsoc.queensu.ca

613 533-3295

The Sleepless Goat Workers' Co-operative is a collectively owned restaurant and association of workers committed to shared values derived from a participatory, non-hierarchical workplace and a consensual decision making process. The Sleepless Goat strives for the constant improvement of the well-being of all individuals involved on the basis of their active, free and meaningful participation in its development and in the fair and equitable distribution of the benefits resulting therefrom. Broad knowledge, realistic action, and progressive business leadership are just a few words to describe the basis behind the Tea Room project.

http:// www.thesleeplessg oat.ca/main.html

http://www.tearoom.ca/

zhaodi@tea-room.ca operations@tea-room.ca enviro@tea-room.ca business@tea-room.ca

RECYCLERS
City of Kingston Malcolm Morris Director of Transportation mmorris@cityofkingston.ca 613 546 4291 x2260, 613-542-1504 (fax)

RECYCLERS
City of Kingston Malcolm Morris Director of Transportation mmorris@cityofkingston.ca 613 546 4291 x2260, 613-542-1504 Phone Background (where available)/Notes (fax) 613 Public Works & Emergency Services, Solid Waste Disposal 546-4291, xt 2702, 613-544-8466 (fax) 613 544-4086

Individual/Organization Kingston and Area Recycling Centre

Contact John Rhodes

Role Supervisor, Solid Waste Disposal

Address 70 Lappins Lane Kingston K7K 6Z4

Email jrhodes@cityofkingston.ca

Website

Shea Construction

Casey Shea

Owner

Waste Services Incorporated (CA) (WSI)

Rose Giugovaz

1571 John Counter Blvd, Kingston, ON, K7M 3L5 1266 McAdoo Lane, P.O. Box 1531, R.R. #1, Glenburnie, Ontario, K7L 5C7

casey@sheaconstruction.ca

rgiugovaz@wsii.ca

613 548-4428, 613 542-5612 (fax), 1 866-290-9996 (toll free)

http:// www.wasteservic esinc.com/ company_details. asp?id=21

GOVERNMENT
MUNICIPAL
City of Brockville P.O. Box 5000, info@brockville.com Brockville, ON, K6V 7A5 613 342-8772 x. 0 (switchboard), 613 498-1361 (after hours contact) 613-342-8772 x440, 613 342-8780 (fax) 613 546-0000, 613 546-5232 (fax) Brockville is host to countless festivals, events and fun activities. Celtic http:// Festival, Buskers, Riverfest, Ribfest, Automotion, and 1000 Islands Poker www.brockville.co Run attract over four hundred thousand people to the region. m/ http:// www.city.brockville .on.ca/main.cfm

David Henderson City of Kingston

Mayor

themayor@brockville.com

City Hall, 216 Ontario Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 2Z3

Vicki Schmolka City Councillor

Joyce City Councillor MacLeod-Kane Rob Hutchison City Councillor

625 Fernmoor Drive, Kingston, ON, K7M 8K5 945 Old Kingston Mills Road, Kingston, ON, K7L 4V3 109 York Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 1P9 921 Alnwick Lane, RR 1, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V1 37 Seaforth Road, Kingston, ON, K7M 1E1 60 Casterton Avenue, Kingston, ON, K7M 1R5 163 Churchill Crescent, Kingston, ON, K7L 4N3 885 Haverhill Drive, Kingston, ON, K7M 4V1 784 Grouse Crescent, Kingston, ON, K7P 1A2 318 Weller Avenue, Kingston, ON, K7K 2V3

vschmolka@cityofkingston.ca

jmacleodkane@cityofkingston.ca rhutchison@cityofkingston.ca

Leonore Foster City Councillor

lfoster@cityofkingston.ca

Steve Garrison City Councillor Mark Gerretsen City Councillor Bill Glover City Councillor

sgarrison@cityofkingston.ca mgerretsen@cityofkingston.ca bglover@cityofkingston.ca dhector@cityofkingston.ca rmatheson@cityofkingston.ca smeers@cityofkingston.ca

The City of Kingston is located halfway between Montreal and Toronto, http:// Canada's two largest cities. Comprising the former City of Kingston, www.cityofkingston former Kingston Township and former Pittsburgh Township, the new City .ca/ of Kingston came into being on January 1, 1998. Approximately one half of the total population (113,000) lives in the former city area, although the land base is predominately rural. 613 549-1707, Trillium District, Chair of the Planning Committee 613 546 5232 (fax) 613 546 9836, Countryside District 613 546 9836 (fax) 613 544 3515, King's Town District 613 546 5232 (fax) 613-546-4291 Pittsburgh District x. 1505, 613-546-4984 613-546-2450 Kingscourt- Strathcona District 613-542-5748 613-549-1900 613-634-1732 613-384-7717 613-546-4291 x. 1509, 613-546-4188 613-389-7336 Portsmouth District Sydenham District Lakeside District Loyalist-Cataraqui District Cataraqui District www.billglover.org www.dorothyhector .com

Dorothy Hector City Councillor Rob Matheson Sara Meers City Councillor City Councillor

Lisa Osanic Ed Smith Harvey Rosen

City Councillor City Councillor Mayor

599 Rankin Crescent, losanic@cityofkingston.ca Kingston, ON, K7M 7K6 139 Churchill Crescent, esmith@cityofkingston.ca Kingston, ON, K7L 4N3 hrosen@cityofkingston.ca

Collins-Bayridge District

613-546-4291 Williamsville District x. 1517 613 546 4291 x. 1400, 613 546 5133 (fax)

Harvey Rosen

Mayor

hrosen@cityofkingston.ca

Individual/Organization

Contact

Role

Address

Email
wcarman@cityofkingston.ca

Wendy Carman Senior Policy Planner, Planning & Development George Wallace Director, Planning & Development Cynthia Beach Commissioner

613 546 4291 x. 1400, 613 Phone 546 5133 (fax) Background (where available)/Notes 613 546 4291 Community Development Services, Administration x. 3186, 613 384 6645 (fax) 613 546 4291 Community Development Services, Administration x 3252, 613 384 6645 (fax) 613 546 4291 Sustainability & Growth, Office of the Commissioner x. 1150, 613 546 3004 (fax) 613 546 4291 Sustainability & Growth, Administration x. 3187, 613 546 4867 (fax)

Website

gwallace@cityofkingston.ca

cbeach@cityofkingston.ca

David Mignault

Linda Stevens

Mark Fluhrer

County of Frontenac

Research and Grants Coordinator, Growth & Initiatives Homelessness Services Coorderinator, Community & Family Services Director, Cataraqui Community Culture & Centre, 1030 Sunnyside Recreation Road, Kingston‎, ON‎ County of Frontenac, 2069 Battersea Road, Glenburnie, ON, K0H 1S0

dmignault@cityofkingston.ca

lstevens@cityofkingston.ca

613 546 2695 Community Development Services, Housing Programs x. 4944, 613 546 9658 (fax)

mfluhrer@cityofkingston.ca

info@frontenaccounty.ca

613 546 4291 x. 1342, 613 546 1899 (fax) 613 548-9400, 613 548-8460 (fax)

Community Development Services, Administration

Centrally located in the heart of Eastern Ontario, Frontenac is steeped in http:// history. Originally proclaimed on July 16, 1792 as part of the newlywww.frontenaccou created Midland District, Frontenac was joined by neighbouring Lennox nty.ca/ and Addington counties, as one of the original nineteen counties in Upper Canada. The union was formally dissolved on January 1, 1865. The evolution of its municipal history continues. On January 1, 1998, the eighteen former townships were restructured to form four – the Townships of North, Central and South Frontenac and the Frontenac Islands, represented by their respective mayors on a four-member council.

Loyalist Township

Ms. Elizabeth Fulton (aka Liz Fulton) County Council Township Council

lfulton@frontenaccounty.ca

Box 70, 263 Main Street, Odessa, ON, K0H 2H0

Prince Edward County

Leo Finnegan

Mayor

Karen Kirby

Mayors Assistant CAO

Richard Shannon Town of Gananoque

council@loyalist-township.on.ca 613-386-7351, Loyalist Township is located in the southern most part of Lennox and 613-386-3833 Addington County, on the shores of Lake Ontario, midway between (fax) Toronto and Ottawa. Straddling the 401 corridor and encompassing an area of 342.27 square kilometers (132.16 square miles) the Township consists of a variety of living environments including the fully serviced areas of Amherstview, Odessa, and Bath. Farms, countryside residences, recreational areas and a short ferry ride to Amherst Island separate these areas from each other. Other built-up residential areas include Wilton, Millhaven, Stella, Violet, and Switzerville. 332 Main Street, Picton, 613 476-2148 Prince Edward County is located on a large irregular headland or littoral ON, K0K 2T0 (office), 613 at the eastern end of Lake Ontario, just west of the head of the St. 962-9108, 613 Lawrence River. This headland (officially named Prince Edward County in 476-8356 (fax) 1792[1]) is surrounded on the north and east by the Bay of Quinte; as the Murray Canal now connects the bay to Lake Ontario across the only land connection, the county could technically be considered an island. According to the 2006 Census, Prince Edward has a population of 25,496 over an area of 1050.14 square kilometers. The county's relatively mild climate has led to the establishment of about 50 vineyards and close to a dozen wineries. lfinnegan@pecounty.on.ca 613 476 2148, 613 476 1468 (fax) kkirby@pecounty.on.ca 613 476 2148, 613 476 1468 (fax) rshannon@pecounty.on.ca 613 476 2148, 613 476 8356 (fax) 30 King Street East – information@townofgananoque. 613 382-2149, Gananoque was first identified in 1686 on Deshaise's chart of the St. Box 100, Gananoque, ca 613 382-8587 Lawrence as “Gananocouy”. The town itself was founded by Col. Joel Ontario, K7G 2T6 (fax) Stone, one of the many United Empire Loyalists who relocated to Upper Canada following the American Revolution.

http://www.loyalisttownship.on.ca/

http:// www.pecounty.on. ca/

http:// www.townofganan oque.ca/ siteengine/ ActivePage.asp? PageID=1

Individual/Organization
Town of Gananoque

Contact

Role

Address
30 King Street East – Box 100, Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 2T6

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

Website
http:// www.townofganan oque.ca/ siteengine/ ActivePage.asp? PageID=1

information@townofgananoque. 613 382-2149, Gananoque was first identified in 1686 on Deshaise's chart of the St. ca 613 382-8587 Lawrence as “Gananocouy”. The town itself was founded by Col. Joel (fax) Stone, one of the many United Empire Loyalists who relocated to Upper Canada following the American Revolution.

James E. Garrah Bruce Wilson

Mayor

Deputy Mayor

456 Garden Street, Gananoque, ON K7G 1J7 89 Shipman's Lane, Lansdowne, ON, K0E 1L0

mayor@townofgananoque.ca

613 382-3323 (home)

bwilson@bickertonbrokers.com 613 659-4683 (home) ssilver@townofgananoque.ca 613 382-2149 x. 113 info@town.greaternapanee.on.c 613 354-3351, a 613 354-6545 (fax) CHRP, CMO Greater Napanee is a town in, and the seat of Lennox and Addington County in eastern Ontario, Canada approximately 40 kilometres west of Kingston. The present municipality known as Greater Napanee was created by amalgamating the old Town of Napanee with the townships of Adolphustown, North and South Fredericksburgh and Richmond in 1999. http:// www.town.greatern apanee.on.ca/ siteengine/ activepage.asp? bhcp=1

Steven Silver Town of Greater Napanee

CAO/Clerk 124 John Street, P.O. Box 97, Napanee, ON, K7R 3L4

Raymond Callery Michelle King Gordon Schermerhorn Township of Central Frontenac

CAO Confidential Secretary Mayor 1084 Elizabeth Street, P.O. Box 89 Sharbot Lake, ON, K0H 2P0

rcallery@town.greaternapanee. on.ca mking@town.greaternapanee.o n.ca

354-3351 x 2002 354-3351 x 2004

Janet Gutowski Mayor Heather Fox Clerk/CAO (Chief Administrative Officer) Township of Frontenac Islands Box 130, Road 96, Wolfe Island, ON, K0H 2Y0

Jim Vanden Hoek Terry O’Shea, AMCT Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands

Mayor CAO/Clerk

township@centralfrontenac.com 613 279-2935, Central Frontenac is a community noted for it's rugged geography, 613-279-2422 numerous healthy lakes, calm rural lifestyle, and eco-recreation (fax) opportunities. Central Frontenac is home to many not-for-profit groups, sports teams, clubs and many other organizations. Many of its residents work in other areas, such as the City of Kingston or Town of Perth. Some residents have their own businesses or family farms. Many in Central Frontenac are retired or stay for the summer months 613 374-1355 clerk@centralfrontenac.com 613-279-2935 x. 227, 613-279-2422 (fax) 613 385-2216, Frontenac Islands was formed in 1998 by the amalgamation of two of 613 385-1032 Ontario's oldest rural municipalities: Howe Island and Wolfe Island. Both (fax) islands can trace their European roots back to New France, but it was only in the years after the War of 1812 that settlement took place in any numbers. 613 385-1934 tjoshea@kos.net The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, in Leeds County, was created January 1, 2001 by amalgamating three historic municipalities: Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne and Front of Escott. The new name recognizes and honours the residents’ major enterprises: hospitality and agriculture. The area has been designated as a United Nations biosphere reserve. This singular honour recognizes a truly unique ecosystem and residents’ land stewardship.

http:// www.centralfronten ac.com/

http:// municipality.fronten acislands.on.ca/

http:// www.townshipleed s.on.ca/Home/ tabid/548/ Default.aspx

FRANK KINSELLA JEFF LACKIE

MAYOR

DEPUTY MAYOR Councillor

Tom Lawler

829 Gananoque Lake Rd, R R 1, Seeley's Bay, ON, K0H 2N0 6 Jessie Street, PO BOX 255, Lansdowne, ON, K0E 1L0 928 County Road #2, Lansdowne, ON K0E 1L0

fkinsella@townshipleeds.on.ca

jlackie@townshipleeds.on.ca

613 387-1005, 613 561-4980 (cell) 613-659-2474

tlawler@townshipleeds.on.ca

613 659-3232

Tom Lawler

Councillor

Individual/Organization

Contact
Velma Kelsey

Role
Councillor

Andrew Hodge

Councillor

Geraldine (Geri) Councillor Dickson Charlie Kellington Township of North Frontenac Councillor

928 County Road #2, Lansdowne, ON K0E Address 1L0 516 Lyndhurst Road, R R 2, Lyndhurst, ON, K0E 1N0 108 Old River Road, RR 2, Mallorytown, ON, K0E 1R0 379 Marble Rock Road, R R 2, Gananoque, ON, K7G 2V4 282 Berryton Road, Seeley's Bay, ON, K0H 2N0 6648 Road 506, Box 97, Plevna, K0H 2M0

tlawler@townshipleeds.on.ca

613 659-3232

Email
vkelsey@townshipleeds.on.ca

Phone
613 928-2786

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

ahodge@townshipleeds.on.ca

613 923-1523

gdickson@townshipleeds.on.ca 613 382-3264

ckellington@townshipleeds.on.c 613 387-3062 a 613 479 2231 North Frontenac was created in 1998 by the amalgamation of three http:// municipalities; the Township of Barrie, the Township of Clarendon & Miller www.northfrontena and the Township of Palmerston, North & South Canonto. c.ca/

Ron Maguire Tammy McQuigge Cheryl Robson Township of Rideau Lakes

Mayor Main Desk, General Inquiries CAO/Treasurer 1439 County Road 8 in Chantry P.O. Box 500, Delta, ON, K0E 1G0 (Mail); Delivery: 1439 County Road 8, Chantry, ON, K0E 1G0

mayormaguire@mazinaw.on.ca info@northfrontenac.ca

cao@northfrontenac.ca 613-928-2251, 1-800-928-225 0, 613-928-3097 (fax) Forged in the crucible of the great ice storm of 1998, the Township of http:// Rideau Lakes came into being on January 1, 1998 as an amalgamation of www.twprideaulake the former Townships of North Crosby, South Crosby, Bastard and South s.on.ca/index.html Burgess, South Elmsley and the Village of Newboro. Rideau Lakes lies in the NorthWest corner of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, and is geographically the largest municipality in the County. Farming, tourism, and service industries form the backbone of the local economy.

Ron Holman

Mayor

mayor@twprideaulakes.on.ca

Paul AL Smith Robert Maddocks Township of South Frontenac

Deputy Mayor CAO 4432 George Street, Sydenham OR 2490 Keeley Road OR Box 100, Sydenham, ON, K0H 2T0 (mailing)

smith.paul@sympatico.ca cao@twprideaulakes.on.ca

Gary Davison David Hahn

Mayor Councillor, South Frontenac 40504 County Rd #4, Centreville, ON, K0K 1N0

davison4544@yahoo.ca dhahn@rideau.net

613-283-0724, 613-283-5517 (fax) 613-283-6265 613-928-2251 x. 249 613 376-3027, South Frontenac is a township in eastern Ontario, Canada in Frontenac (if calling from County. Amalgamated in 1998 from the former townships of Bedford, area code Loughborough, Portland, and Storrington. 613): 1-800-559-586 2, 613 376-6657 (fax) 613 376-3027 x.1 613 273-5545

http:// www.township.sout hfrontenac.on.ca/

Township of Stone Mills

Todd Steele

Deputy Reeve

Debbie Thompson Darlene Plumley Roger Hogan Village of Westport

Reeve

613 378 2475, The Township of Stone Mills was established on January 1, 1998 by the 613 378 0033 amalgamation of the former Township of Camden East, Township of (fax) Sheffield and Village of Newburgh. The Township of Stone Mills covers 71,064 hectares, which consist of agricultural lands, limestone, granite, marsh, conservation areas, streams, lakes and rivers. Box 248, Tamworth, councillor_steele@sympatico.ca 613 379 5664, ON, K0K 3G0 613.379.2188 (fax) 831 Lake Road, R.R. 1, 613 378 1553 Centreville, ON, K0K 1N0

http:// www.stonemills.co m/

CAO/Clerk Deputy Clerk 30 Bedford St, P.O. Box westport@rideau.net 68, Westport, Ontario, K0G 1X0 613 273-2191, Incorporated in 1904, the Village of Westport is part of the United http:// 613 273-3460 Counties of Leeds & Grenville in Eastern Ontario. Known as "The Heart www.village.westp (fax) of Rideau Lakes", it is found at the west end of Upper Rideau Lake on the ort.on.ca/ historic Rideau Canal waterway between Kingston and Ottawa - which was recently named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Westport is also part of the UNESCO-recognized Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, an ecosystem promoting solutions to reconcile the conservation of biodiversity with sustainable use.

Village of Westport

30 Bedford St, P.O. Box westport@rideau.net 68, Westport, Ontario, K0G 1X0

Individual/Organization

Contact

Role

Address

Email

613 273-2191, Incorporated in 1904, the Village of Westport is part of the United 613 273-3460 Counties of Leeds & Grenville in Eastern Ontario. Known as "The Heart (fax) of Rideau Lakes", it is found at the west end of Upper Rideau Lake on the historic Rideau Canal waterway between Kingston and Ottawa - which was recently named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Westport is also Phone Background (where available)/Notes part of the UNESCO-recognized Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, an ecosystem promoting solutions to reconcile the conservation of biodiversity with sustainable use.

http:// www.village.westp ort.on.ca/

Website

Scott Bryce Joanne Meisner WL (Bill) Thake Brad Wing Jackalyn Brady Dan Grunig Earl V. Grace

Clerk-Treasurer Deputy Clerk Mayor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

westport@rideau.net village@rideau.net

PROVINCIAL
Hastings-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington Leona Dombrowsky Constituency Office ldombrowsky.mpp.co@liberal.ol 613-354-6630, Liberal. (Map), 15 Dairy Avenue, a.org 1-877Napanee, ON, K7R LEONA-4U 1M4; Ministry of (1-877-536-62 Agriculture, Food and 48), Rural Affairs; 77 1-888-466-237 Grenville Street, 11th 2, Floor 613-332-5850; Toronto, Ontario M5S Satellite 1B3; Satellite Office 613-354-0232, (Wednesdays only) 33 613-332-5850 Station Street, Unit C, (fax) Bancroft MPP Candidate 55 Quebec Street, Rick@RickDownes.ca 613 549 2444, NDP. Kingston, ON, K7K 1T8 613 546-0863 Constituency Office, Suite 2, The LaSalle Mews, 303 Bagot Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 5W7; Queen's Park Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, 777 Bay Street, 17th Floor, Toronto ON, M7A 1A4 243 Perth St., Brockville, ON, K6V 5E7 House Leader of the Official Opposition, Room 436, Legislature Building, Toronto, ON, M7A 1A1 OMAFRA Bruce Moore Rural Business Consultant MPP Constituency Office 183 Front Street Belleville ON K8P 2Y9 Ministry of Community and Social Services 6th Floor, Hepburn Block, 80 Grosvenor St. Toronto, ON, M7A 1E9 bruce.g.moore@ontario.ca, bruce.moore@omafra.gov.on.c a eparsons.mpp.co@liberal.ola.or g jgerretsen.mpp.co@liberal.ola.o 613-547-2385, Liberal. rg 416-585-7000; 613-547-5001, 416-585-6470 (fax) http:// www.leonadombro wsky.com/ index.html

Kingston and the Islands

Rick Downes

Kingston and the Islands

John Gerretsen Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing

http:// www.RickDownes. ca http:// www.johngerretsen .onmpp.ca/

Leeds-Grenville

Bob Runciman

MPP

rwrunciman@brockville.com, Bob_Runciman@ontla.ola.org

613 342-9522, Conservative. 1-800-267-440 8 (toll free within riding), (416)325-1522, (416) 325-1493 (fax) 613 283-7002 OMAFRA x. 107, 613 223-5748 (cell) 613-962-1144, Liberal. 416 325 4700, 613-969-6381, 416.325.4757 (fax)

http:// www.bobrunciman mpp.com/

Prince Edward-Hastings

Ernie Parsons

http:// www.ernieparsons. com/

FEDERAL
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Public Information info@agr.gc.ca Request Services Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, Sir John Carling Building, 930 Carling Ave, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0C7 MP, Battlefords- Constituency Office, Ritz.G@parl.gc.ca Lloydminster 1322-100 St, North (Saskatchewan) Battleford, SK, S9A , MInister of 0V8; 613 Confederation Agriculture and Bldg, House of Agri-Food, Commons, Ottawa, ON, Minister for the K1A 0A6 Canadian Wheat Board 613 759-1000, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada provides information, research and 613 759-7977 technology, and policies and programs to achieve security of the food (fax) system, health of the environment and innovation for growth. AAFC, along with its portfolio partners, reports to Parliament and Canadians through the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and Minister for the Canadian Wheat Board. 306-445-2004, 613-995-7080; (306) 445-0207, 613 996-8472 (fax) http:// www.agr.gc.ca/ index_e.php

Gerry Ritz

http:// www.gerryritzmp.c om/; http:// www.agr.gc.ca/cb/ min/index_e.php

Individual/Organization

Contact
Gerry Ritz

Kingston and the Islands

Peter Miliken

Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington

Scott Reid

Leeds-Grenville

Gord Brown

Request Services Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, Sir John Carling Building, 930 Carling Ave, Ottawa, Role Address Email Ontario, K1A 0C7 MP, Battlefords- Constituency Office, Ritz.G@parl.gc.ca Lloydminster 1322-100 St, North (Saskatchewan) Battleford, SK, S9A , MInister of 0V8; 613 Confederation Agriculture and Bldg, House of Agri-Food, Commons, Ottawa, ON, Minister for the K1A 0A6 Canadian Wheat Board MP, Kingston Constituency Office: milliken@petermilliken.org and the Islands The LaSalle Mews 14-303 Bagot Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 5W7; Parliament Hill Office:House of Commons, 316-N Centre Block, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0A6 MP, LanarkNapanee, 4 Market reids@parl.gc.ca FrontenacSquare, Napanee, ON, Lennox and K7R 1J3; Carleton Addington Place, 6 Lake Ave, W, Carleton Place, ON, K7C 1L2; Parliament Hill Office, House of Commons, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0A6 MP, Leeds27 King Street East, gord@gordbrownmp.ca Grenville Brockville, ON, K6V 1A7

613 759-7977 (fax)

Phone
306-445-2004, 613-995-7080; (306) 445-0207, 613 996-8472 (fax)

technology, and policies and programs to achieve security of the food system, health of the environment and innovation for growth. AAFC, along with its portfolio partners, reports to Parliament and Canadians through the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and Minister for the Canadian Wheat Board.

www.agr.gc.ca/ index_e.php

Background (where available)/Notes

Website
http:// www.gerryritzmp.c om/; http:// www.agr.gc.ca/cb/ min/index_e.php

613 542-3243, Liberal. 613 996-1955; 613 542-5461, 613 996-1958 (fax)

http:// www.petermilliken. org/

613 354 1948, Conservative. 613 257 8130, 613 947 2277; 613 354 0924, 613 257 4371, 613 947 2278 (fax)

http:// www.scottreid.ca/

Prince Edward-Hastings

Daryl Kramp

MP, Prince EdwardHastings

Constituency Office, 1 krampd1@parl.gc.ca, Millennium Parkway, krampd@parl.gc.ca (Ottawa) Belleville, ON, K8N 4Z5; Ottawa Office, Suite 902, Justice Bldg, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0A6

Senators

Hugh Segal

Senator, KingstonFrontenacLeeds

Senate of Canada, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0A4

kfl@sen.parl.gc.ca

613-498-3096, Conservative. Toll Free: 866-498-3096, All Inquiries: 1-866-498-309 6, 613-498-3100 (fax) 613-969-3800, Conservative. 1-866-471-380 0, 613-992-5321 (Ottawa); 613-969-3803, 613-996-8652 (Ottawa) (fax) 613 995-4059, Conservative. 1-800-267-736 2, 613 995-5259 (fax)

http:// www.gordbrown.co m/

http:// www.darylkramp.c a/

http:// sen.parl.gc.ca/ hsegal/

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
COMMUNITY FUTURES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS (CFDCs)
1000 Islands Community Development Corporation. 3 Market St W, Suite 3, ticdc@ticdc.ca Brockville, ON, K6V 7L2 613 345-6216, Toll Free: 1-800-431-601 5, 613 345-2391 (fax) The 1000 Islands Community Development Corporation is a community- http://www.ticdc.ca/ based, nonprofit organization funded by Industry Canada. It is governed index.html by a local volunteer board of directors and staffed by professionals, its mission is to actively collaborate with regional partners to strengthen and develop its communities by investing in sustainable economic development in South Leeds and surrounding area, encourage entrepreneurship and the pursuit of economic opportunities.

Janice Lawrence Tom Russell

Office Administrator Executive Director Kim Benson Investment Manager Susan Fournier CED Officer

janice.lawrence@ticdc.ca tom.russell@ticdc.ca kim.benson@ticdc.ca susan.fournier@ticdc.ca

613-345-6216 x. 101 613-345-6216 x. 102 613-345-6216 x. 103 613-345-6216 x104

Individual/Organization
Frontenac CFDC.

Susan Fournier CED Officer

Contact

Role

Address
Harrowsmith, ON K0H 1V0

susan.fournier@ticdc.ca

Email

613-345-6216 Phone x104 613 372-1414, 613 372-9962 (fax)

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

The Frontenac Community Futures Development Corporation (FCFDC) is www.frontenaccfdc a private, non-profit corporation, run by a volunteer board of directors and .com is funded by Industry Canada. Its mission is to stimulate community and economic development throughout the Frontenacs. It provides business consultation, information and commercial financing up to $150,000 for new or existing businesses in the county.

Anne Pritchard

Executive Director

Prince Edward, Lennox and Addington CFDC.

4917 Hwy 38, Harrowsmith ON, K0H 1V0 43 Picton Main Street, Picton, ON K0K 2T0; 47 Dundas Street East, Napanee, ON, K7R 1H7

anne@frontenaccfdc.com

613 372-1414 x. 204 613-476-7901, 1-877-337-219 3 (toll free), 613-476-7235 (fax) (Picton); 613-354-0162, 1-800-354-583 0 (toll free), 613-354-2361 (fax) (Napanee) Prince Edward/Lennox & Addington (PELA) CFDC is a community-based, http:// non-profit corporation aimed at encouraging local entrepreneurship and www.pelacfdc.ca/ economic development. Founded in Prince Edward County in 1987, and expanding into Lennox & Addington County in 2001, PELA CFDC is funded by the Government of Canada, Industry Canada & FedNor. Offices are located in Picton and Napanee, are staffed by business professionals, and are governed by a board of local volunteers.

info@pelacfdc.ca

Craig Desjardins Quinte Economic Development Commission

Executive Director 284B Wallbridge Loyalist Road, Box 610, Belleville, ON, K8N 5B3 http:// www.quintedevelo pment.com/v2/ default.asp? w=pages&r=0&pid =0 chris@quintedevelopment.com 613 961-7990, 613 961-7998 (fax), 1-866-961-799 0 (toll free) 613-283-7002, 1-888-784-760, 613-283-7005 (fax)

Chris King

Economic Development Manager

Valley Heartland CFDC.

91 Cornelia Street valley@valley.on.ca West, Smiths Falls, ON K7A 5L3

Valley Heartland Community Futures Development Corporation (CFDC) is a community-based organization dedicated to stimulating job creation and economic growth through business and community development. Funded by Industry Canada, Valley Heartland CFDC assists small towns and rural communities to strengthen and diversify their economies. They do this by giving support and access to capital to the business community. They also partner with organizations and coordinate community action.

http:// www.valley.on.ca/, http:// www.valleycfdc.co m/

John Doherty

Executive Director

jd@valley.on.ca

FINANCE
Banks Bank of Montreal (BMO) Kingston Main Office (0016) 297 King St. E, feedback@bmo.com Kingston, ON, K7L 3B3 613 545-3005, 613 545-3124 (fax), 1 877 225-5266 (general) http:// www4.bmo.com/

RBC Royal Bank (RBC)

Nancy Kimberley Gerry Ethier

Manager

nancy.kimberley@bmo.com 613 545 5712, Kingston Business Markets 613 545 5750 (fax) http:// www.rbcroyalbank. com/ http://www.td.com/

Regional Vice 65 Princess St., Ste. gerry.ethier@rbc.com President 200, Kingston, ON, K7L Kingston-Quinte 1A6 Area Manager Manager Manager 94 Princess St, sullih@tdbank.ca Kingston, ON, K7L 1A5 1062 Princess St, Kingston, ON, K7L1H2 235 Gore Rd, Pittsburgh haaksj2@tdbank.ca Township KINGSTON, ON, K7L5H6

Toronto Dominion (TD) Harry Sullivan Kathy Foy Jane Haaksman 613 549-8770 613 546-2666 613 549-6132 TD Branch 0139 TD Branch 2728 TD Branch 2693

Individual/Organization

Jane Contact Haaksman

Manager

Role

Albert Breckenridge Joanne Vivian Farm Credit Canada

Manager Manager

235 Gore Rd, Pittsburgh Address Township KINGSTON, ON, K7L5H6 750 Gardiners Rd, Kingston, ON, K7M 3X9 741 Bayridge Drive, Kingston, ON, K7P 2P2 1800 Hamilton Street, P.O. Box 4320 Regina, SK, S4P 4L3 (corporate office)

haaksj2@tdbank.ca

Email

613 549-6132

Phone

TD Branch 2693

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

brecka2@tdbank.ca viviaj@tdbank.ca agrispirit-agriesprit@fcc-fac.ca cocommunity@fcc-fac.ca (Community Investment), Communications@fcc-fac.ca (Media & Publications)

613 384-1553 613 384-7200 1-888-332-330 1, 306-780-8100 (corporate office), 306-780-5456 (fax) 613-545-8357, 613-546-4576 (fax) 613 545-8868, 613 329 8379 (cell), 613 546 4576 (fax)

TD Branch 0190 TD Branch 2700 http://www.fccfac.ca/en/ index.asp

Local Office (Kingston)

City Place ll, 101- 1473 John Counter Blvd, Bureau 101, Kingston, ON, K7M 8Z6 Relationship Manager justin.coffey@fcc-fac.ca

Justin Coffey

Roger Shier

Government and Industry Relations

roger.shier@fcc-fac.ca

Kingston Community Credit Union

kccu@kccu.ca

The mandate of Kingston Community Credit Union (KCCU) is to be a http:// business model of effective co-operation, top quality, innovative and www.kingstonccu.c responsive personal service and to focus on community involvement in a om/ meaningful way. KCCU sees itself as an ethical and highly principled financial co-operative, aware of its social responsibilities. The KCCU is managed by a seven person Board of Directors. 613 549-3901, 613 549-6593 (fax)

Downtown

18 Market Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 1W8 dbull@kccu.ca 795 Gardiners Road, Kingston, ON, K7M 7E6 1201 Division Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 6X4

David Bull West End

Kingslake Plaza

613 384-5555, 613 384-9456 (fax) 613 531-6056, 613 531-8248 (fax) 613 342-8772 x. 445 613 548-9400 x. 330, 613 548-8460 (fax) 613-382-2149 x.: 125, 613-382-8587 (fax) http:// www.frontenaccou nty.ca/ http:// www.townofganan oque.ca/ siteengine/ activepage.asp? PageID=2 http:// www.town.greatern apanee.on.ca/ siteengine/ activepage.asp

MUNICIPAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Brockville Dave Paul Director of Economic Development Manager of Economic Development Economic Development Coordinator, Town of Gananoque City of Brockville, 1 King dpaul@brockville.com Street West, Brockville, ON, K6V 7A5 2069 Battersea Rd, dbratina@frontenaccounty.ca Glenburnie ON K0H 1S0 kfitzhugh@townofgananoque.ca

County of Frontenac

Dianna Bratina

Gananoque

Kent Fitzhugh

Greater Napanee

Stephen Paul

Manager, Economic Development, County of Lennox and Addington

97 Thomas St. E., spaul@lennox-addington.on.ca 613-354-4883 Postal Bag 1000 x. 234, Napanee, ON, K7R 3S9 613-354-3112 (fax)

Stephen Paul

Individual/Organization

Manager, Economic Development, County of Lennox and Contact Role Addington Keith Richmond Manager of Business Retention and Development

97 Thomas St. E., spaul@lennox-addington.on.ca 613-354-4883 Postal Bag 1000 x. 234, Napanee, ON, K7R 3S9 613-354-3112 (fax)

Address

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

krichmond@town.greaternapan 613-354-3351 ee.on.ca

KEDCO

67 Brock St, Kingston, ON, K7L 1R8

Jeff Garrah Mark Hanley Lindsey Fair

CEO Director of Operations Manager, Entrepreneurshi p Centre Manager, Economic Development, County of Lennox and Addington Economic Development Officer

business@kingstoncanada.com 613 544-2725, , 613 546-2882 reception@kingstoncanada.com (fax), 1-866-665 3326 (toll free) garrah@kingstoncanada.com 613 544-2725 x. 230 hanley@kingstoncanada.com 613 544-2725 x. 229 fair@kingstoncanada.com 613 544-2725 x. 228

The KEDCO mission is to ensure that Kingston remains a world class city by supporting the city’s development, and helping it become the destination of choice for organizations who seek to enhance their success in a progressive business environment.

http:// business.kingstonc anada.com/ home.asp

Loyalist, Stone Mills

Stephen Paul

97 Thomas St. E, Postal spaul@lennox-addington.on.ca 613-354-4883 Bag 1000 x. 234, Napanee, ON, K7R 3S9 613-354-3112 (fax)

http:// www.lennoxandad dington.com/

Prince Edward County

Dan Taylor

332 Main Street, Picton, dtaylor@pecounty.on.ca ON, K0K 2T0

613 476-2148, 613 476-8356 (fax) The Athens District Chamber of Commerce serves the Township of http:// Athens, Charleston Lake and area. Its goals are to promote, support and www.athensontario expand local business while encouraging a spirit of community in Athens .com/ and District.

OTHER BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS
Athens District Chamber of Commerce info@athensontario.com

Karen Cook Leona Bell Belleville & District Chamber of Commerce

President Secretary / Treasurer P.O. Box 726, 5 Moira Street, Belleville ON, K8N 5B3

president@athensontario.com secretary@athensontario.com info@bellevillechamber.ca 1-888-852-999 2, 613-962-4597, 613-962-3911 (fax) The Belleville & District Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business www.bellevillecha association that traces its origins back to 1864, when a group of local mber.ca business leaders joined together to work for progress in the community. From that small group, the organization has grown to over 600 member businesses comprised of all sectors. The Board of Directors governs the Chamber; several Committees plan and carry out the work; a small fulltime staff manages the day-to-day operations. The Chamber provides information to people who want to find out more about the Belleville and Quinte area. Dor-Ann Homes

Bill McGuire Angela Genereaux Brockville & District Chamber of Commerce

President General Manager 3 Market Street West, info@brockvillechamber.com Suite #1, Brockville, ON, K6V 7L2

Sueling Ching Downtown Kingston! Business Improvement Area (BIA)

Executive Director 177 Wellington Street, Suite 202, Kingston, ON, K7L 3E3

sueling@brockvillechamber.co m downtown@kingston.org

613-342-6553, The Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce is part of a network of 613-342-6849 Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade that exist in virtually every (fax) community across Ontario and Canada. The Chamber network consists of 65,000 businesses provincially and 170,000 businesses nationally. Locally, the Chamber has over 560 members and is recognized as this area's official "Voice of Business." This voice is an effective force in influencing issues and legislating affecting your business and our community. It is a membership based and not-for-profit association that is led by an elected volunteer Board of Directors. 613-342-6553, x. 1 613 542-8677, The Downtown Kingston! Business Improvement Area (BIA) is an 613 542-0274 association of 750 businesses located in the core commercial area of the (fax) City of Kingston. The organization's mission is to promote Downtown Kingston! as the vibrant and healthy commercial, retail, residential, and entertainment centre of our region, attracting more people to live, shop, work, and gather. The organization is run by a board of directors composed of the business community, city councillors and the managing director.

http:// www.brockvillecha mber.com/

http:// www.downtownkin gston.ca/

Doug Ritchie

Managing Director

ON, K7L 3E3

(fax)

Individual/Organization

Contact
Doug Ritchie

Role

Address

Email

Phone

City of Kingston. The organization's mission is to promote Downtown Kingston! as the vibrant and healthy commercial, retail, residential, and entertainment centre of our region, attracting more people to live, shop, work, and gather. The organization is run by a board of directors composed of the business community, city councillors and the managing Background (where available)/Notes director.

gston.ca/

Website

Managing Director Mark Gerretsen Councillor, Board of Management Dorothy Hector Councillor, Board of Management Rob Hutchison Councillor, (alternate) Board of Management Nick Waterfield Business Owner, Board of Management Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce 67 Brock St., Kingston, ON K7L 1R8

mgerretsen@cityofkingston.ca

dhector@cityofkingston.ca

rhutchison@cityofkingston.ca

613-542-5748 613-546-5232 (fax) 613-634-1732 613-546-5232 (fax) 613-544-3515 613-546-5232 (fax) Chez Piggy/Pan Chancho

613 548-4453, The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce is an association of http:// 613 548-4743 Kingston area businesses and organizations. Go to the links listed above www.kingstoncham (fax) for more information on the Chamber, its functions and guiding principles, ber.on.ca/ Board of Directors and Staff, Committees, Bylaws and a listing of Past Presidents. bob@kingstonchamber.on.ca andrea@kingstonchamber.on.c a kim@kingstonchamber.on.ca

Bob Scott Andrea Gunn

Kim Eggiman

General Manager Policy/ Communication s Coordinator Special Events/ Programming Coordinator

Smiths Falls & District Chamber of Commerce

77 Beckwith Street sfchamber@smithsfalls.ca North, Smiths Falls, ON, K7A 2B8 Dave Lawrence President P.O. Box 187, 31 dave.lawrence@rbc.com Beckwith Street North, Smiths Falls, ON, K7A 4T1 51 Abbott St. N, Smiths impressionprint@bellnet.ca Falls, ON, K7A 2T1 77 Beckwith St. N., sfchamber@smithsfalls.ca Smiths Falls, ON, K7A 2B8 BOX 157, WESTPORT wrlcc@rideau.net ONTARIO, K0G 1X0

613 283-1334, 1-800-257-133 4, 613 283-4764 (fax) 613-283-7364, 613-283-1505/ 283-9486 (fax)

The Chamber promotes trade, commerce and economic, civic and social welfare of the district. It serves the community and business interests, provides information, networks, supports community groups and tries to attract industry and tourism to the area. Royal Bank of Canada

http:// www.town.smithsfalls.on.ca/ sfchamber/

Carl Evoy

Past President

Victoria Ash

Manager

613-283-2444, Impression Printing 613-284-8044 (fax) 613-283-1334

Westport Rideau Lakes Chamber of Commerce

613 273-2929 (phone/fax)

The Westport Rideau Lakes Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that serves the community and business interests, provides information, networks, supports community groups and tries to attract industry and tourism to the area.

http:// www.westportridea ulakes.on.ca/ index.cfm

Colin Horsfal Martha Kudrinko

President Secretary

RESEARCH, POLICY and EDUCATION
KINGSTON & COUNTRYSIDE LOCAL FOOD RESEARCH NETWORK MEMBERS
City of Kingston Planning Department George Wallace Director, Planning & Development Wendy Carman Senior Policy Planner, Planning & Development Bob Clark President Dianna Bratina Manager of Economic Development 2069 Battersea Rd, Glenburnie ON K0H 1S0 gwallace@cityofkingston.ca 613 546 4291 x 3252 613 384 6645 (fax) 613 546 4291 x. 3186 613 384 6645 (fax) Community Development Services, Administration

City of Kingston Planning Department

wcarman@cityofkingston.ca

Community Development Services, Administration

Clark Consulting Services County of Frontenac

bob@clarkcs.com, ccs@clarkcs.com dbratina@frontenaccounty.ca

Consultant who prepared the Kingston Agricultural Study 2006 613 548-9400 x. 330, 613 548-8460 (fax)

County of Frontenac

Dianna Bratina

Individual/Organization
Kingston Social Planning Council

Contact
Andrea Wilmot

Manager of Economic Role Development

Sunny Lam

Consultant

2069 Battersea Rd, Glenburnie ON K0H Address 1S0 260 Brock Street, Room 8, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1S4 33 Aldergrove Ave., Toronto, ON, M4C 1B3

dbratina@frontenaccounty.ca

Alison BlayPalmer

Consultant

Wilfrid Laurier University, 75 University Avenue West, Waterloo, ON, N2L 3C5

613 548-9400 x. 330, 613 Phone 548-8460 (fax) Background (where available)/Notes andrea.wilmot@spckingston.ca 613-546-2843, 613-542-8216 (fax) sunnylam@tricolour.queensu.ca 613 531 0260, BSCH (Biology, Queen's University), MES (Environmental Studies, 416 699 0347 Queen's University). Research Interests: local food, food systems, food security & sovereignty, agriculture, health & nutrition, climate change, neurosciences, psychology, sociology, policy. ablaypalmer@wlu.ca 519 824-8719 PhD Geography

Email

Website

Kate Maddigan Consultants Stacey Corcoran Consultants

Kate_Maddigan@yahoo.com stacey_corcoran@hotmail.com

613 387-3226 613 531-5715 613 929-5979

Sustainable energy

Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Public Health Unit.

221 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, ON, K7M 1V5

613 549-1232, 1-800-267-78 75 (toll free), 613 549-7896 (fax)
mtraynor@healthunit.on.ca, mtraynor@healthunit.on.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) koconnor@healthunit.on.ca, koconnor@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) cmcbride@healthunit.on.ca, cmcbride@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) 613 549-1232 x. 576 613 549-1232 x. 578 613 549-1232 x571

KFL&A Public Health is an accredited organization, providing services, including environmental health, infectious disease prevention, tobacco use prevention, active living, nutrition, volunteering, and services for parents and children. In addition, it offers immunization and sexual health clinics at various times and locations.
PHEc, MSc, RD; Southeastern Ontario Dietetic Internship; Program Coordinator

http:// www.healthunit.o n.ca/index.html

Marie Traynor

Dietician

Kate O'Connor

Caulette McBride

Registered Nurse

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

Queen's University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
Jacinthe Beyea MA Candidate, Geography Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room E314 5jjb4@qlink.queensu.ca Research interests: Food, agricultural and health policy. Local food systems/networks, food distribution, community development, sustainable and alternative agriculture and food cultures including the Slow Food Movement. Urban agriculture. Alexander.Malcolm.L@gmail.co 613 533-6000 B.A. (Hons.) Geography, York University; M.A. Geography, York m x. 75732 University. His PhD project will examine sites of production, marketing, wholesaling, retailing, and consumption of African-origin yams from Trelawny and Hanover Jamaica to Toronto, Canada. He is currently considering the prospects of using institutional and value chain approaches. 4mndb@qlink.queensu.ca 613 533-6000, Research interests: food deserts x. 77215 613 533-6122 (fax) jules.bryan@gmail.com 613 533-6000, Research Interests: Local food systems/networks, food deserts, 9jab8@qlink.queensu.ca x. 75736 community food security, sustainable and alternative agriculture and the Slow Food Movement. Food and agricultural policy. Urban agriculture. Food procurement policies for institutions. 1hsg@qlink.queensu.ca 613 533-6848 B.A. (UBC); M.Sc. (Oxon); Holly Grinvalds is a Ph.D. student and (fax) Teaching Fellow in the Department of Political Studies at Queen’s University. She earned her B.A. from the University of British Columbia in both Political Science and Psychology in 2000, and in 2001 she received a M.Sc. in Comparative Social Policy from Oxford University. Her doctoral dissertation is tentatively titled “The Power of Ideas: The OECD and Labour Market Policy in Canada, Denmark and Sweden.” 613 533-6000 x. 75736 http:// geog.queensu.ca/ grads/beyea.asp http:// geog.queensu.ca/ grads/alovell.asp

Alexander M. Lovell

PhD Candidate, Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Geography Room D322

Melanie Bedore PhD Candidate, Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Geography Room D309

http:// geog.queensu.ca/ grads/bedore.asp http:// geog.queensu.ca/ grads/bryan.asp http:// www.queensu.ca/ politics/faculty/ teachingfellows.php? bioID=47 http:// qlink.queensu.ca/ ~1hsg/ http:// geog.queensu.ca/ faculty/ osborne.asp http:// www.geog.queens u.ca/Osborne

Julia Bryan

MA Candidate, Geography

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room E319

Holly Grinvalds PhD Candidate, Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Political Studies Room B306

Brian Osborne

Professor Emeritus, Geography

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D312

osborneb@post.queensu.ca

613 533-6042 613 533-6122 (fax)

B.A., Ph.D.. (Southampton, 1967)

Brian Osborne

Professor Emeritus, Geography

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D312

osborneb@post.queensu.ca

613 533-6042 613 533-6122 (fax)

B.A., Ph.D.. (Southampton, 1967)

Individual/Organization

Contact

Role

Address

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

http:// geog.queensu.ca/ faculty/ osborne.asp Website http:// www.geog.queens u.ca/Osborne

Gary vanLoon

Professor, Environmental Studies, Chemistry Peter Hodson Professor, Environmental Studies, Biology Alison Neilson Sessional Adjunct Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies Douglas Hallett Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Geography Michael (Mick) Associate Smith Professor, Environmental Studies, Philosophy Svenja Sessional Belaoussoff Adjunct Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies Elaine Power Assistant Professor, Kinesiology & Health Studies Betsy J. Associate Donald Professor, Geography Graham Professor Whitelaw

Chernoff Hall, Room 405

vanloon@chem.queensu.ca

613 533-2655

Ph.D, Green Chemistry

Biosciences Complex, Room 3122 Biosciences Complex, Room 3140

hodsonp@biology.queensu.ca

613 533-6129

neilsona@post.queensu.ca

Biosciences Complex, Room 3244

hallettd@post.queensu.ca

613 533-6000 x. 77105

Biosciences Complex, Room 3123

ms24@post.queensu.ca

533-6000 x. 78634

Research interests: environmental ethics and its relations to social and political theory.

116 Hwy 15 Seeley's Bay, ON, K0H 2N0 BioSciences Complex, Room 3140

belaouss@queensu.ca svenja_@hotmail.com

613 387-3171

PEC 213

power@post.queensu.ca

613 533-6000 x. 74690

Ph.D. (Toronto); Elaine Power's research is focused on issues related to poverty, food, and health.

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D311

betsy.donald@queensu.ca

613 533-6040, B.A. (McGill), M.E.S. (York), M.Sc. Pl., Ph.D.. (Toronto, 1999), M.C.I.P. 613 533-6122 (fax) Graham Whitelaw is a Professor at the University of Waterloo's Department of Environment and Resource Studies. Dr. Whitelaw's areas of research include regional land use planning, monitoring, biosphere reserves, environmental movement organizations and governance. Dr. Whitelaw will be taking up a position at Queen's University in the coming months. 613 544-4811

http:// geog.queensu.ca/ faculty/donald.asp

SECONDARY SCHOOLS
KCVI Joanne M. Whitfield Mike Payne 235 Frontenac St., Kingston, ON, K7L 3S7 whitfieldjm@limestone.on.ca paynemichael@gmail.com

LCVI

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE

100 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, Ontario K7L 5A6

613-544-5400 , 613-545-3923 (fax)

With campuses in three small to mid-sized cities in eastern Ontario, SLC serves a wide and diverse catchment area. What sets the college apart is its ability to offer a world-class educational experience without the hassles of big-city living. The college’s overall approval rating for learning environment, quality of faculty, and excellence in graduate preparation is among the highest for community colleges in Ontario and testimony to its ability to consistently exceed expectations.

http:// www.sl.on.ca/ index.aspx? iPageID=2

Tibrata Gillies Thomas Elia

Instructor, Chef Executive Chef, Professor and Program Coordinator

TGillies@SL.On.Ca telia@sl.on.ca

613 353-6815 613-544-5400, x.1234, 1-866-826-333 8 (toll free)

http:// www.sl.on.ca/ index.aspx? iPageID=139&iMe nuID=6&progId=21 8

Thomas Elia

Executive Chef, Professor and Program Coordinator

telia@sl.on.ca

613-544-5400, x.1234, 1-866-826-333 8 (toll free)

Individual/Organization

Contact
Jim Hamilton Al Parkin

Role
Instructor Instructor

Address

Email
jghamilton@sl.on.ca aparkin@sl.on.ca

Phone
613 544-5400 x. 1139 613 544-5400 x. 1139

Background (where available)/Notes
Communications, emergency food provision Emergency food provision

http:// www.sl.on.ca/ index.aspx? iPageID=139&iMe nuID=6&progId=21 Website 8

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
Kingston and District Labour Council Greenridge Plaza, 105 action@kingston.net Sutherland Dr, Suite 7, Kingston, ON K7K 5V6
Peter Boyle President pboyle@kos.net

613-548-4952 The Council is composed of members from various union , representatives in the Kingston region. Members include the 613-545-1659 USWA, OPSEU, OSSTF, COPE, CUPE, CAW, ETFO and UNDE. (fax)
613-359-6465, USWA 613-539-3622 (cell) 613-542-2674 COPE x.8 ETFO

www.geocities.co m/CapitolHill/ Lobby/8775

Darlene Medhurst Debi Wells

Recording Secretary Executive at Large

dmedhurst@kos.net debiwells@gmail.com

Kingston Social Planning Council

260 Brock Street, Room 8, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1S4

spc@spckingston.ca

613-546-2843 , 613-542-8216 (fax)

The Social Planning Council of Kingston and Area is a non-profit, http:// non-government organization and registered charity, which has www.spckingston operated in Kingston since 1930. Throughout its history, the SPC .ca/news.php has been concerned with the state of social service needs and wellbeing of residents in Kingston and surrounding Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Counties. The mandate of the Social Planning Council of Kingston and Area is to provide leadership in identifying the need for social services and supports within the community.

John Osborne Andrea Wilmot

john.osborne@spckingston.ca andrea.wilmot@spckingston.ca

McBurney Park Neighbourhood Association

Since 2004, MPNA members have worked to ensure that neighbourhood residents have safe streets, an enjoyable and attractive park and a meaningful voice at City Hall.
Alec Ross MPNA coordinator & interim newsletter editor Social Committee alecross@sympatico.ca 613-542-3182

http:// www.alecross.ca/ MPNA/

Sharon WayBrackenbury

waybrackenbury@cogeco.ca

613-547-5188

OPIRG (Ontario Public Interest Research Group) Queen’s/Kingston

The Grey House, 51 info@opirgkingston.org Bader Lane, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6

613 533-3189 The Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) Kingston is http:// dedicated to research, education, and action in the public interest. www.opirgkingsto We are predominantly student-funded and student-run, but strive to n.org/ maintain a balance of support and direction from the wider Kingston community. OPIRG Kingston exists to serve as a training ground for concerned citizens to recognize and engage the problems of society. We’ve been in Kingston since 1992. The PIRG movement started in the 1970s and has spread to over 200 PIRGs across North America. PIRGs are democratic, independent, non-partisan, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations.
613 545-1489

Greg Tilson Sayyida Jaffer

Board Member Coordinator

jgtilson@yahoo.ca cfrcops@ams.queensu.ca

Rotary Club of Kingston #4576

P.O. Box 484, Kingston ON, K7L 4W5

In 2005, its eighty-fifth year, the Rotary Club of Kingston had 115 members plus 18 honorary members. It continues to support the community in various significant ways. Over the past 10 years, the club has raised in excess of $750,000 for community initiatives, not including the money raised from the Easter Seal Telethon.
613 634 7140 thevet@bellnet.ca 613 384-1010, 613 384-5883 (fax) 613 484-1290, 613 384-1939 (fax) Agrology

http:// kingston.rotary70 40.com/ index.html

Larry Ritchie Barry Slater President

901 Atwood Place, Kingston, ON, K7P 1N9

Adrienne Brown Secretary

drought@sympatico.ca

The Community Foundation of Greater Kingston

165 Ontario Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 2Y6

foundation@cfgk.org

613 546 9696, 613 531 9238 (fax)

Community foundations bring together people who care about their http:// communities. They are independent, volunteer-driven, charitable www.cfgk.org/ organizations that aim to strengthen their communities by facilitating philanthropy, by partnering with donors to build permanent endowments and other funds from which they support community projects, and by providing leadership on issues of broad community concern.

Individual/Organization The Community Foundation of Greater Kingston

Contact

Role

Address 165 Ontario Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 2Y6

Email foundation@cfgk.org

Phone 613 546 9696, 613 531 9238 (fax)

Background (where available)/Notes Website Community foundations bring together people who care about their http:// communities. They are independent, volunteer-driven, charitable www.cfgk.org/ organizations that aim to strengthen their communities by facilitating philanthropy, by partnering with donors to build permanent endowments and other funds from which they support community projects, and by providing leadership on issues of broad community concern.

Glenn Stresman Andria Coward

Jason Wagar

Executive Director Grants and Programs Manager Projects Assistant

ed@cfgk.org grants@cfgk.org

projects@cfgk.org

The Greater Bobs and Crow Lake Landowners Association

GBCLA c/o 764 Burns gbcla@ca.inter.net Lane, RR 2, Godfrey ON K0H 1T0

The Greater Bobs Lake Landowners Association was founded in 1979 to represent the interests of landowners, stakeholders and the lake environment. The Association was enlarged to include Crow Lake in the late 1990s forming The Greater Bobs and Crow Lakes Association (GBCLA). The GBCLA is incorporated in Ontario as a non-profit organization and is operated entirely by volunteers, governed by an elected Executive and Board of Directors. Key areas of endeavour are: Water quality; Fisheries; Boating Safety; Cottage Safety; Government Relations (Provincial, Municipal, and Regulatory); Shorelines & Natural Environment; Coordination with other Associations, and Membership and Community interaction.

http:// www.bobsandcro wlakes.ca/new/ index.shtml

Taro Alps Philippa (Chic) Blair

President Secretary

RR 2, Godfrey, ON K0H mtalps@kingston.net 1T0 212 - 55 William Street philippa_blair_3@sympatico.ca East, Oshawa,, ON, L1G 7C9

the Humm

The Humm is a monthly Arts and Entertainment newspaper which http:// now has a blog. The Humm reproduced ecoPerth's farm gate sales www.thehumm.co brochure as the centrefold and featured many articles about local m food initiatives in the area.
Rob and Kris Riendeau P.O. Box 1391, Almonte, ON, K0A 1A0 editor@thehumm.com 613-256-5081

ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION and ENERGY
BIOCAP Canada Foundation Queen's University, 156 Barrie Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6 info@biocap.ca 613 542-0025, 613 542-0045 (fax) The BIOCAP Canada Foundation engages diverse stakeholders in http:// developing integrated solutions to address major challenges of the www.biocap.ca 21st century: climate change and clean energy. BIOCAP’s programs provide solutions to deliver new forms and sources of clean energy, short and long term domestic strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and opportunities via new products and markets for rural economic development across Canada.

Susan J. Gora Janice Mady

Executive Assistant Director of Operations David B. Layzell President and CEO

goras@biocap.ca madyj@biocap.ca layzelld@biocap.ca

613 542-0025 x. 30 613 542-0025 x. 22 613 542-0025 x. 29

Cataraqui Regional Conservation Authority (CRCA)

P.O. Box 160, Glenburnie, ON, K0H 1S0

crca@cataraquiregion.on.ca

613 546-4228, 613 547-6474 (fax)

The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) is one of 36 http:// conservation authorities in Ontario. A Conservation Authority's www.cataraquire jurisdiction is based on a watershed an area of land drained by one gion.on.ca/ stream or river. The CRCA is actually made up of ten watersheds, including the large Cataraqui and Gananoque river systems, as well as smaller systems like Wilton and Buells creeks.

Karla MakiEsdon Stana Luxford Stephen Knechtel

Communication s Coordinator Education Officer General Manager

kmakiesd@cataraquiregion.on.c x. 226 a educate@cataraquiregion.on.ca x. 251 knechtel@cataraquiregion.on.c x. 239 a

including the large Cataraqui and Gananoque river systems, as well as smaller systems like Wilton and Buells creeks.

Individual/Organization

Contact
Stephen Knechtel Barbara Bradfield John Morse

Role
General Manager Secretary President

Address

Email

Phone

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

knechtel@cataraquiregion.on.c x. 239 a

ecoPerth

2196 Old Brooke info@ecoperth.on.ca Road, RR 2, Maberly, ON, K0H 2B0

ecoPerth is a not-for-profit incorporation in the town of Perth, http:// Ontaro, Canada. Bob Argue (Executive Director), Alfred Von www.ecoperth.on Mirbach, Cheryl Nash, and Garry Welsh are all working on different .ca projects, mainly in their spare time! Initial funding support came from the federal Climate Change Action Fund and a number of other partners.
613 268-2907 613 268-2907 613 267-6463

Cheryl Nash Bob Argue Alfred Von Mirbach

Executive Director Communication s Team Leader

cheryl@ecoperth.on.ca bob@ecoperth.on.ca alfred@ecoperth.on.ca

Hearthmakers Energy Cooperative

Walter Sepic

Chairperson, Board of Directors

99 York Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 1P9

info@hearthmakers.org

613.547.8122 , 1.866.547.81 22 (toll free), 613.547.4228 (fax)

Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington
Larry McCurdy Secretary larry@mccurdy.bizlarry@mccur 613 389-6427 dy.biz ecoserv@kos.net 613 376-6916 schmolka@kingston.netschmolk 613 549-1707 a@kingston.net

Hearthmakers is a cooperatively owned and community-based http:// business that works to provide renewable energy and environmental www.hearthmake services and products to members in the Southeastern Ontario rs.org/ region, including the counties of Hastings, Prince Edward, Lennox and Addington, Frontenac, and Leeds and Grenville. Hearthmakers Energy Cooperative was incorporated as a non-profit cooperative in November of 1999. http:// www.landconserv ancykfla.org/

Mary Alice Vice President Snetsinger Vicki Schmolka President

Society for Conservation Biology (SCB), Kingston, Ontario Chapter

Department of Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
Dr. Vicki Friesen Scott Taylor Kristen Hahn Anna Bailie Faculty Advisor President 2007-2008 President 2006-2007 President 2006-2007

scb@biology.queensu.ca

613-533-6000 x75136, 613-533-6617 (fax)

The goal of the Kingston SCB is to educate students, faculty and members of the Kingston community on issues pertaining to the conservation of biodiversity, and to work to reduce the loss of biodiversity.

http:// biology.queensu. ca/~scb/

friesenv@biology.queensu.ca taylors@biology.queensu.ca 3kh5@qlink.queensu.ca 3ab29@qlink.queensu.ca

SWITCH - Kingston’s Alternative Energy Cluster

945 Princess St., 2nd info@switchkingston.ca Floor, Kingston, ON, K7L 5L9

613.547.6700 x129, 613.547.8125 (fax)

SWITCH is dedicated to improving the environmental and economic http:// sustainability of the Kingston region through promoting development www.switchkingst and commercialization of energy efficient and alternative energy on.ca/ technologies, products, processes, and services. SWITCH aims to create a local concentration of industrial, commercial, investment, applied research, and educational activities in the alternative energy sector by providing networking, technical advisory, project facilitation, and informational services to local private and public sector organizations, research and educational institutions, community groups, and individuals.

Gwen Glover Rob Miller

Executive Director SecretaryTreasurer, Board of Directors

gglover@switchkingston.ca rmiller@canhydro.com

613 547-6700, x. 129 613 328-2773

Rob Miller

Individual/Organization

Contact
Don Young

SecretaryTreasurer, Board of Role Directors Chairperson, Board of Directors

rmiller@canhydro.com

613 328-2773

Address

Email
donyoung@sl.on.ca

Phone
613 544-5400 x1530

Background (where available)/Notes

Website

HEALTH and NUTRITION
Food Sharing Project, The 140 Hickson Ave, Kingston, ON, K7K 2N6 fsp@kingston.net 613-530-3514 , 613-530-3710 (fax) The Food Sharing Project was officially introduced in 1982 by a Board of Directors, as a school based breakfast program for children in need in a few schools, Today, the project attempts to meet the needs of more than 1,500 children daily in the form of a breakfast, lunch or snack program. http:// www.limestone.o n.ca/ ldsb_information/ partners/ food_sharing/ content.html

Pamela Richmond Brenda Moore Jeffery Lowes

Coordinator Chair jplowes@cogeco.ca

Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Public Health Unit. (KFL&A Public Health)

221 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, ON, K7M 1V5

613 549-1232, 1-800-267-78 75 (toll free), 613 549-7896 (fax)
mtraynor@healthunit.on.ca, mtraynor@healthunit.on.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) koconnor@healthunit.on.ca, koconnor@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) cmcbride@healthunit.on.ca, cmcbride@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) 613 549-1232 x. 576 613 549-1232 x. 578 613 549-1232 x571

KFL&A Public Health is an accredited organization, providing services, including environmental health, infectious disease prevention, tobacco use prevention, active living, nutrition, volunteering, and services for parents and children. In addition, it offers immunization and sexual health clinics at various times and locations.
PHEc, MSc, RD; Southeastern Ontario Dietetic Internship; Program Coordinator

http:// www.healthunit.o n.ca/index.html

Marie Traynor

Dietician

Kate O'Connor

Caulette McBride

Registered Nurse

Naturopath-Nutritionist
Valerie Stensill Jesse Godland 2162 Unity Rd realfood@sympatico.ca 613 532-5296 RNCP

North Kingston Community Health Centre. (NKCHC)

Rockcliffe Plaza, 400 Elliott Ave, Kingston, ON, K7K 6M9

info@nkchc.kchc.ca

613-542-2949 , 613-542-3872 (fax)

North Kingston Community Health Centre, Better Beginnings for http:// Kingston Children and Street Health Centre together form the www.kchc.ca/ Kingston Community Health Centres (KCHCs). All three sites share nkchc/index.html a common philosophical premise and mission statement. They care for individuals and families, respond to their neighbourhood concerns to improve their health and build healthy communities.

Ann Armstrong Community Dietician Elaine Radway Community Development Worker Adam Newman Scott Helesic Board of Directors Caroline Davies Community Development Director Hersch Sedev Executive Director

anna@nkchc.kchc.ca elainer@kchc.ca 613 542 2949 x. 154 613 542-3103 613 547-5923 613 484-8501 (cell) PhD MD

shelesic@cogeco.ca

carolynd@kchc.ca

hershs@kchc.ca

Pathways for Children and Youth

Kingslake Plaza, 1201 Division Street, Suite 215, Kingston, ON, K7K 6X4

613 546-1422 x. 1, (613) 546-8535, (613) 546-3881 (fax)
613-546-8535, (613) 354-6852, (613) 354-0300 (fax)

Pathways for Children and Youth is a mental health agency in Frontenac, Lennox and Addington counties, dedicated to strengthening and supporting the emotional well-being of children and families. It offers a range of services, including counseling, education, advocacy and other interventions in an environment of dignity and respect. It has offices at KFL&A Public Health, Napanee, Amherstview, Sydenham, Sharbot Lake and Northbrook.

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Joanne Maltby

Executive Director

465 Advance Avenue, Napanee, Ontario K7R 4A7

546-3881 (fax)
Joanne Maltby Executive Director 465 Advance Avenue, Napanee, Ontario K7R Address 4A7

education, advocacy and other interventions in an environment of dignity and respect. It has offices at KFL&A Public Health, Napanee, Amherstview, Sydenham, Sharbot Lake and Northbrook.

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Social Services
Jo-anne Hopkins

SEEDS
The Heirloom Seed Sanctuary Carol and Robert Mouck The Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, Box 427, 1200 Princess Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 4W4 seed.sanctuary@providence. 613 544-4525 The purpose of the Sanctuary is to preserve open-pollinated seed so http:// ca x. 179, 613 that it may be saved; to grow, harvest, sort and store seed as www.providence. 531-9805 organically as possible at Heathfield. ca/seeds/ (fax)

FOOD JUSTICE AND SECURITY
FOOD BANKS
Partners in Mission Food Bank (Amherstview) Jo-Anne Polen St. Joseph Regional House, 16 Manitou Cres E, Amherstview, ON K7N 1B2 140 Hickson Ave., foodbank@kingston.net Kingston, K7K 2N6 85 A Stephen St., debgreer@cogeco.ca Kingston, K7K 2C5 613-389-0275, 613-384-6978 (fax) 613-544-4534 613-546-3333 St. Vincent de Paul Society was incorporated in 1874. It is was originally http://svdp. operated by a lone priest at St. Mary's Cathedral. By 1982, the Society 20m.com/ was able to offer hot meals through the Loretta Hospitality Centre. By 1999, the Society was able to offer a safe welcoming space in addition to hot meals. The St. Vincent de Paul Society provides services to anyone in need in the Kingston area. They have created a wonderful community down on Stephen Street where respect and caring for each other and the space are clearly evident. There is an Advisory Committee made up of interested participants allowing them a voice in the running of our organization. They celebrate occasions and have theme days.

Partners in Mission Food Bank (Kingston) St. Vincent de Paul Society - Food Bank

Sandy Singers Deb Greer

Executive Director

Food Not Bombs Kingston

Jock

221 Queen Street, Kingston K7K 1B4

foodnotbombs@lists.riseup.n 613 et, 549-3747, foodnotbombskingston@hotm 613-542-3818 ail.com
cmcbride@healthunit.on.ca, cmcbride@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) mtraynor@healthunit.on.ca, mtraynor@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) kthorpe@healthunit.on.ca, kthorpe@kflapublichealth.ca (after Oct 1, 2007) anna@nkchc.kchc.ca tara.kainer@providence.ca 613 549-1232 x571 613 549-1232 x. 576 PHEc, MSc, RD; Southeastern Ontario Dietetic Internship; Program Coordinator

FOOD SECURITY NETWORK GROUP
KFL&A Public Health Caulette McBride Marie Traynor Registered Nurse Dietician

KFL&A Public Health

KFL&A Public Health

Karen Thorpe

Nutritionist

613 549-1232, Nutritionist (RN) x. 209

North Kingston Community Health Centre Sisters of Providence - Justice & Peace Office

Ann Armstrong Community Dietician Tara Kainer

OXFAM @ Queen’s

oxfam@ams.queensu.ca

Queen’s Oxfam is a campus branch of Oxfam Canada at Queen’s http:// University. It is dependent on its enthusiastic members to highlight www.queensoxfa the important role of Queen’s students in a global society. Now m.ca/ entering its third year, Queen’s Oxfam is actively pusuing change on campus with respect to the issues of fair trade and sweatshop labour.

Claire McDougall Kate Whitelaw Jen Morden Andrew Joyce

Project Director Internal Chair External Chair Communication

projects@queensoxfam.ca internal@queensoxfam.ca external@queensoxfam.ca communications@queensoxfam .ca

Room of One’s Own

Marijana Matovic

Facilitator, 260 Brock Street, Kingston Kingston, ON, K7L Community 1S4 Canada Health Centres

spc@spckingston.ca

613 542 2949 Room of One’s Own is a project that meets weekly with tenants and x. 149 homeless people and then brings together a larger group of representatives from across the housing sector to address common concerns, identify barriers to changes, write new, improved policies which incorporates all sectors affected by those policies and develop strategies for implementation. The Kingston "A Room of One's Own" project is part of the Social and Economic Inclusion Initiative of the Social Planning Network of Ontario.

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Room of One’s Own

Marijana Matovic

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Facilitator, Kingston Community Role Health Centres

260 Brock Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 1S4 Canada Address

spc@spckingston.ca

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Sisters of Providence - Justice & Peace Office

Providence Motherhouse, 1200 Princess Street, P.O. Box 427, Kingston, ON, K7L 4W4

justice@providence.ca

613 542 2949 Room of One’s Own is a project that meets weekly with tenants and x. 149 homeless people and then brings together a larger group of representatives from across the housing sector to address common Phone Background (where available)/Notes concerns, identify barriers to changes, write new, improved policies which incorporates all sectors affected by those policies and develop strategies for implementation. The Kingston "A Room of One's Own" project is part of the Social and Economic Inclusion Initiative of the Social Planning Network of Ontario. 613-544-4525 In the early 1990s the Sisters of Providence congregation officially , established a Justice and Peace office to identify and take 613-531-9805 nonviolent action on issues that affect the poor. That action includes (fax) being a voice that challenges all -- from members of the congregation, to elected officials, to the general public -- to become more aware of the impact our decisions have on all members of society.

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Tara Kainer Jamie Swift

Co-Director

tara.kainer@providence.ca jamie.swift@providence.ca

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