I thought I was being rather clever, tailoring Tom Philpott's "Occupy Food" article for the Canadian situation. Turns out I was just on the leading edge of a meme. Lots of takes on Occupying Food here, with a lot of great points:
Marion Nestle promotes an Occupy Food rally in New York.
Eric Holt Gimenez argues for repoliticizing food, taking a page from the Occupy movement to create a broad-based movement.
Siena Chrisman talks about the ballooning influence of speculators on food prices since deregulation in 2000, consolidation of food corporations, and the need to unite to take back power.
It's catching on! Will you join in?