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Food studies for all?

The Ontario Home Economics Association has started a petition. They're calling on the Ontario government to make at least one course in food and nutrition mandatory for high school students. The association's Mary Carver made the case to Giacomo Panico.
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While home economists are making the case for food studies in the schools, local chefs are finding there's an appetite for cooking classes during school breaks. Giacomo spoke with chefs Jason Laurin and Andree Riffou about their new courses.
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