Tune In to Our Future
Exploring sustainability in our communities
Medicine Hat College is committed to growing a vibrant future for learners and our region.
Part of that commitment is providing opportunities for education and partnership, not just in the classroom, but in the communities we serve to increase our understanding of the world around us. Sustainability is an important part of our collective future.
Introducing Tune In, a new miniseries that explores the health of our communities, environment and economy through a sustainability lens.
Episode #1: Food Security
Join Alison Van Dyke, Food Security Coordinator for the Community Food Connections Association of Southeastern Alberta, to learn more about food security and what it means to our region.
- Alberta Food Matters
- Community Food Connections
- Dietitians of Canada - Household Food Insecurity
- Food Secure Canada
- Proof Food Insecurity Policy Research
Episode #2: Affordable Housing
Learn about the current state of affordable housing and what it means to our region from Jaime Rogers, Manager of Homeless and Housing Development from the Medicine Hat Community Housing Society.