Dr. Lenore Newman is the Canada Research Chair in Food Security and the Environment, and a Professor of Geography at the University of the Fraser Valley. She has a strong interest in examining the development of Canadian food culture and systems. She sits on the board of the Vancouver Farmers Market, and is passionate about food. Lenore is happiest when cooking, eating, drinking, or sharing meals with friends. Her website, sandandfeathers.com, presents her regular writing and research on all things related to food.

Fork in the Road: Glenburn Soda Fountain and Confectionary

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Retrofitting Suburbia

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SpacingExpress: Bridging A Sense Of Place – Port Mann and Fast Ferries Make the Same Mistakes

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