April 10th, 2012
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Future Cities continues to explore why Vancouver continually tops the liveability index charts, this week looking at the city’s commitment to local food production. We meet the urban farmers who are growing tons of food in tiny spaces, all part of Vancouver’s ambition to among the most sustainable cities in the world.

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