Learn more about our current and past achievements by browsing the list of our programs and projects below.
Local and integrated food system in Montreal (SALIM)
Program for Solutions in Food Logistics
Program for Social Innovation in Agri-Food
From 2022 to date
Regeneration Canada’s mission is to promote and accompany regenerative land management in order to mitigate climate change, restore biodiversity, improve water cycles, and support healthy and resilient food systems. A diversity of stakeholders is needed to ensure the success of this project.
Janvier à avril 2021
June 2021 to February 2022
Following an initial opportunity study conducted in 2020 followed by a stakeholder mobilization and validation phase, this study aimed to demonstrate the potential viability of diversified food activities and services within the future Louvain East eco-district.
January to June 2021
March 2020 to June 2020
Collectif Récolte’s response to the spread of COVID-19 was to build an online directory of local food initiatives. It grouped resources and initiatives that facilitate a local, healthy and environmentally responsible local food supply, providing visibility on food initiatives relevant to the whole of Quebec.
September 2019 to August 2020
The portrait of De la ferme à l'ardoise (farm to slate) reports on current practices and promotes good practices for local supply chains between local production and the restaurant industry in Quebec. Three thematic sheets and an informative video were produced to target different actors of change; those required to develop local supply models in the restaurant sector in Montreal and more broadly throughout Quebec.
May 2019 to December 2019
Preliminary reflection on strategies to bring more representation and diversity in the Montreal agri-food ecosystem and more precisely, decision-making bodies.
A workshop designed for the participants in the program Montérégie NOTRE garde manger, led by the Pôle de l'entrepreneuriat collectif de l'est de Montérégie. By knowing the needs of their various stakeholders and how to respond, participant left with a better understanding of the ecosystem related to their project.
August 2018 to December 2019
The Foundation of Greater Montreal has proposed a collaborative ecosystem study, entitled "Zero" Hunger, to improve our collective understanding and generate concerted strategic action on the problem of food insecurity, which affects many more Montrealers than we think.
This portrait of hunger in Montreal is the result of more than a year of work and the collaboration of several organizations and researchers.
November 2019 to July 2020
Mandated by the Coopérative Le terroir solidaire, the project was to develop a mutualized marketing plan for the collective activities between the members of the cooperative.
Supported the Montreal Urban Innovation Laboratory (LIUM) in the development of the food component of the Smart City Challenge application, a pan-Canadian competition of Infrastructure Canada.
Mandated by Canadian Organic Growers, we presented and facilitated a workshop on viable and inspiring models for those in the local food system to encourage the formulation of collective projects.
March 2018 to March 2019
Mandated by the CSAM, this project attempts to better understand and characterize social innovation in the agri-food sector and the Montreal entrepreneurial context.
The member organizations of RÉGAL created a Food Waste Trail in 2017 as an awareness activity. The activity represented the 6 stages of the food life cycle. At each stage, a RÉGAL member organization presented to visitors the issue of waste, their business, and how they are taking action to reduce food waste. In 2019, the activity was converted into a web platform which is now the official website of the RÉGAL.