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Go to Farm

The GO Train to Farm Country?

Professor Emerti Atif Kubursi acts as an economic analyst for the Land Over Landings study which focuses on the economic potential of 9,600 acres of farmland north of Pickering.

Apr 13, 2018

Imagine catching a GO train to see, taste, and pick the best the world grows and prepares all in one place. Imagine picking your own berries and then drinking squeezed juice while watching some frisky goats. Then imagine sitting down to enjoy what can be done with the cheese they supply. That, and more, minutes from downtown Toronto: GO to food and food-to-go.

Food and food-based travel have created thriving local economies in Niagara, Prince Edward County and Vermont. For that matter, Italy and France are often thought of this way. It is exciting to realize that another place in Ontario might emerge that is accessible to millions by public transit (GO train to shuttle bus).

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