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There are two ways to be Canadian AF: Wear the T-shirt, or know exactly which plants won't kill you when you're out in the rugged, untamed parts of the country. Tomorrow at the Toronto Botanical Garden, Dyson Forbes from Forbes Wild Foods will teach you to do the latter. Discover Wild Winter Foods is a class and foraging tour of wild foods that you can collect and enjoy in the cold months. You'll learn which trees are edible, and even how to harvest in a sustainable way. Forbes will also explain the history of maple syrup production (um, can you even call yourself a Canadian if you don't know this?). Dress warmly, as part of the two-hour class is outdoors. Just the way you like it.


Discover Wild Winter Foods at the Botanical Garden is a foraging tour of wild edibles.
Knowing how maple syrup is produced is your birthright.
Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave. E., North York, Toronto, ON M3C 1P2
Tomorrow, Feb. 4, 1-3 p.m.
Buy tickets ($30) online.