The Curatorialist- Interview
In fact I think it’s made me stronger—especially as a chef. Chefs need to adapt, and to pick-up-and-move really quick. I never have a fear of jumping into the unknown. I’ve been there. Countless times.
VCC - Article
While some chefs may shy away from the risks of entrepreneurship, Heat is fulfilling a lifelong dream for independence. “I make everything start to finish and I love being able to sell it to my customers face-to-face,” he says. “It doesn’t get any better than that.”
LINK MAGAZINE - ARTICLE | PAGE 18-24
"You can overcome anything you want: You can go through hell and back and you could still become a successful person. It doesn't matter how you grew up or where you grew up, it's all the things that you overcome that make you who you are and it will make you stronger"
GOOD FOOD FOR ALL - INTERVIEW
"Heat and his co-workers at Fairmont Pacific Rim organized a food drive and collected enough food to stock the Punch ‘n’ Munch food pantry for a full month. Read on to find out why Heat donated and what he hopes his donation will accomplish."
Good Food For All - FOOD PROGRAM
Chef and Entrepreneur Heat Laliberte discusses his career path with youth at the Eastside Afterschool Program.
CBC - TV Interview
Heat Laliberte wants One Arrow Meats to represent the strength and resiliency of Indigenous people
VANCOUVER FARMERS MARKET - INTERVIEW
"Debuting at Vancouver Farmers Markets this past May, Heat Laliberte of One Arrow Meats sells his artisanal, naturally-smoked bacon twice monthly at Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market.
Besides producing some seriously tasty bacon, Heat works as a chef at the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel and feeds athletes at the Olympics in his spare time. He also mentors kids at the Urban Native Youth Association and supports Good Food For All’s Punch n’ Munch Program at the Eastside Boxing Club."
Don Shafer from Roundhouse Radio IMPACT program - RADIO INTERVIEW
"It was really interesting reading about you, you are a fasinating chef"