Mustard Seed

Shane Nicholls, left, with Topaz Hockey, is the mastermind behind the Hockey for Food road hockey tournament, happening this Saturday at Saanich Plaza on Blanshard Street. The event benefits the Mustard Seed Street Church food bank in Victoria.  Photo contributed

Canada’s national pastime to help Victoria’s Mustard Seed

Hockey for Food festival raises money at tough time of year for local food bank

Shane Nicholls, left, with Topaz Hockey, is the mastermind behind the Hockey for Food road hockey tournament, happening this Saturday at Saanich Plaza on Blanshard Street. The event benefits the Mustard Seed Street Church food bank in Victoria.  Photo contributed
Topaz Hockey is hosting its annual summer road hockey fundraiser for the Mustard Seed Street Church food bank this Saturday at Saanich Plaza in the Save-On-Foods parking lot. Topaz Hockey on Facebook

Canada’s national pastime to help Victoria’s Mustard Seed

Hockey for Food festival raises money at tough time of year for local food bank

Topaz Hockey is hosting its annual summer road hockey fundraiser for the Mustard Seed Street Church food bank this Saturday at Saanich Plaza in the Save-On-Foods parking lot. Topaz Hockey on Facebook
Thrifty Foods employee Naomi Plourde is served a cup of Mustard Seed Coffee Co. brew by Allan Lingwood, Mustard Seed director of development, brew master Cody Smith and Corey Scott, director of category management and merchandise for Thrifty Foods on Monday at the Admirlas Walk location.                                 Rick Stiebel/News Gazette staff

New coffee company aims to restore hope

Thrifty Foods is the first retailer on board to support Mustard Seed’s recovery program

  • May 1, 2017
Thrifty Foods employee Naomi Plourde is served a cup of Mustard Seed Coffee Co. brew by Allan Lingwood, Mustard Seed director of development, brew master Cody Smith and Corey Scott, director of category management and merchandise for Thrifty Foods on Monday at the Admirlas Walk location.                                 Rick Stiebel/News Gazette staff
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