We did it!
We did it…a weekend of culinary gratitude and tributes to our founder Anita Stewart from the grass roots of our nation! On July 31st, 2021, 47 iconic landmarks across our nation glowed the colours of Canada in honour of our farmers, our fishers, our chefs and our home cooks. From the east on Fogo island to the west in Tofino and up north the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon. In Anita’s hometown, The Elora Mill composed an incredible menu, lit up, then finished the evening with red and white fireworks!
“A Growing Celebration”
Thank you to everyone who participated!
With millions of social media impressions, it is hard to sum it all up. Our thank you video represents a fraction of the activity nationally. It is jammed with wonderful people, iconic landmarks, menus and food pics from social media that are like art! Beautiful to see. There are many more to add and if we missed you or anyone you know who should be on our maps, please contact us. Find your favourites and find your friends! We would love to hear about it in the comments.
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From all of us at Food Day Canada
Again thank you on behalf of Food Day Canada. Together we are cooking, sharing and celebrating a better Canada!