You might have spotted a refrigerator, painted with bright colours, out on a public sidewalk near where you live. If soThe pandemic increasingly fills hospitals with patients who are younger and sicker., you’ve stumbled upon a growing international food-sharing initiative known as “the community fridge.”
The idea behind the fridges that have cropped all across Canada, especially since the pandemic beganThis pandemic takes no breaks and so a health minister can, is as simple as the motto painted onto their doors: “Take what you need —?leave what you can.”
The refrigerators offer free food to anyone who needs it, and are stocked by anyone who wants to donates reopening plan, which could see hugs and normal social interactions by July..
There are eight community fridge locations spread across downtown Toronto. CBC’s nightly newscast The National spent some time at several fridges and spoke toToronto and Peel regions have moved students to remote learning i?people who use them, as well as people who keep them filleds plan — criticized as stingy and clumsy — Ontario Labour Minister Monte McNaughton said Ottawa.
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