Canadian community food sector leaders, academics and other professionals concerned with food insecurity recently gathered to discuss the latest research on household food insecurity, and to examine potential areas of collaboration. Read more.
Are you passionate about food, and interested in federal politics? Are you an organizer who believes in bringing grassroots input to policy change? Then maybe you are the organizer we are looking for to run a Food Secure Canada election campaign that will engage our members from coast to coast in conversations about food with candidates for federal political office. Read more.
Last March, Toronto City Council approved an increase of funding for student nutrition. The revised budget will now include nearly under $1.4 million in new funding, including for 27 new programs. Local student nutrition supporters were instrumental in changing how things unfolded with city councillors. Read more
Food Secure Canada’s Montreal office is looking for a Communications and Membership Coordinator. If you are experienced and passionate about spreading the excitement of the food movement to new audiences, this position may be for you. This position is based in Montreal. Deadline for applying: April 24, 2015
Food Secure Canada’s Montreal office is looking for a full-time communications intern for a period of 6 months starting in early May 2015. Candidates must meet the criteria of Emploi Quebec in order for this internship to be remunerated. Contact your Bureau local d'emploi to inquire about your eligibility. Deadline: April 27, 2015
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