After Hours: our roundup of food, culture and travel news

Posted on July 05, 2022 | By Craig Pinhey | 0 Comments

What’s covered in this issue’s After Hours:

  • Out of Africa, in P.E.I.: In addition to Kenyan food, you’ll find Indian, Italian, Canadian, and Jamaican food.

  • Change is Brewing Collective (CIBCo.): promoting equal opportunity and overall racial diversity in the craft beverage and food service industry in Mi’kma’ki/Nova Scotia.

  • Raise a glass for Ukraine: Ukrainian Canadian co-brews Razom Beer for homeland

  • Inspired by angels: Tobique First Nation’s Mike Bern honours his ancestors

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