Toronto project set out this past weekend with a mission to collect 250,000 pounds of food for those experiencing insecurity from people all across the city.
It's a massive one-day city-wide food drive called Toronto Miracle that was started back in 2020.
Meet Chris and Michelle, the father-daughter team that spent their Saturday afternoon with hundreds of other volunteers collecting non-perishable food items for Toronto Miracle food banks.
CBC News visits Toronto Miracle drop-off hub at Galleria Mall to chat with spokes person
Radio legions Humble and Fred give Toronto Miracle some love for a second year and chat about the need in the city and why KD might not be a great thing to donate.
CBC News anchor Dwight Drummond chats with Toronto Miracle's Kiera Toffelmire about the food security crisis in the city and Toronto Miracle's upcoming event on December 4th.