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Dine out on Oct. 18, Canada, and do some good

Community Food Centres Canada is launching its fourth annual Restaurants for Change event on Oct. 18, 2017

September 13, 2017   Food in Canada

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Across Canada – Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) is calling on Canadians to dine out on Oct. 18, 2017 to raise money for a good cause.

The event is the fourth annual Restaurants for Change, which will donate proceeds from dinner service to the CFCC and local Community Food Centres. The “funds raised support community food programs in low-income neighbourhoods across Canada.”

In a statement, the CFCC says there are more than 75 restaurants in 15 cities across Canada participating so far.

They include:

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St. John’s, Nfld.: Mallard Cottage

Halifax/Dartmouth: Battery Park Beer Bar, enVie, The Brooklyn Warehouse, The Canteen

Montreal: Hopkins, Le Bremner, Park, Garde Manger

Toronto: Actinolite, Alo, Baro, Beast, Cafe Belong, Dailo, Mamakas Taverna, Peter Pan, Piano Piano, Planta, Richmond Station, Ruby Watchco, Union

Guelph, Ont.: Artisanale French Country Cooking, Earth to Table Bread Bar

Hamilton, Ont.: Earth to Table Bread Bar, Papa Leo’s Restaurant

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.: Backhouse

Ottawa: Atelier, Clover, Fieldhouse, North & Navy

Winnipeg: Ben Kramer pop-up at Kitchen Sync, Chew, Deer + Almond, King and Ballantyne

Calgary: CHARCUT Roast House, Cibo, Deane House, NOtaBLE, Posto Pizzeria & Bar, River Café, Scopa, The Nash

Edmonton: RGE RD

Vancouver: Burdock & Co., Farmer’s Apprentice, Jamjar

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