Food security course to be offered at University of Manitoba

David Manly
Tuesday, 04 December 2012
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Dec. 4, 2012 - A new course will be starting in January 2013 at the University of Manitoba entitled "Advocacy and Animal Rights" focusing on food security and the ethics of meat production.

According to an article in The Manitoban, the idea came out of the recent E.coli O157:H7 contaimnation at Alberta's XL Foods back in September. The course will focus on the various questions that erupted from that crisis and its implications to the entire industry including the role of a union, the definiton of "consciousness" and the role of fatory farming.

For more information on the new course offered in January, please read the entire article from The Manitoban.

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