Suzanne Crocker was on The Norm! First We Eat celebrates the ingenuity, resourcefulness & knowledge of Northern Canadians and our relationship to the land through the food that we hunt, fish, gather, grow and raise in the North.
Whether you are concerned with community (knowing where your food comes from and valuing the land and the people who produce it), sustainability, the nutritional value of your food, a finite oil supply, carbon footprint or food costs and accessibility – food sovereignty is a topic of interest for many of us.
Here is a recent 20 min podcast featuring Suzanne Crocker that aired live on “The Norm” on @Sauga960AM from Mississauga.Listen to “The Norm – January 26, 2021 – First We Eat with Suzanne Crocker” on Spreaker.
Suzanne Crocker is a retired family doctor turned filmmaker and director. Her feature documentary All The Time In The World (allthetimeintheworld.ca) was screened in 25 countries around the world and winner of 22 awards. David Suzuki touted it as “A magnificent film.” You can follow Suzanne’s ambitious journey to establish food security north of 60 here: FirstWeEat.ca