What really is required to produce safe food as well as what is obligatory under law can seem like a frightening maze. Yet providing safe food consistently is key to an enterprise reputation and brand. Hosted by Food Secure Canada as part of the Food Business Bootcamp

Article from The Toronto Star, Oct 12 2014
by Susan Walker

A new coalition thinks we do, but with every province already covering school food, is it necessary?

Although the business of the House of Commons was the emergency debate on the war in Iraq, several MPs took the time out of their busy schedules to meet with a delegation from Food Secure Canada on October 6.  


This article is part of Globe and Mail B.C.’s eight-part weekly series on food security in Canada.

This October 16, Canadians will be participating in the global celebration of World Food Day, created by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

Globe and Mail Article: «Despite the fact that all five political parties in the 2011 federal election said they were in favour of a food and farm strategy … we haven’t seen it» Diana Bronson, Food Secure Canada

We are excited to announce that FSC has hired Dr. Joseph LeBlanc as part-time project coordinator of Paying for Nutrition, the newest project of the Northern and Remote Food Network.

The following list of national food events - webinars and teleconferences - are offered by a host of different organizations from across Canada. 

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