Paying for Nutrition


Paying for Nutrition: A Report on Food Costing in the North

According to a report released by Food Secure Canada, the average cost of groceries for a month in Attawapiskat in June 2015 was $1909 compared to, for instance, $847 in Toronto. On-reserve households in Ontario’s northeast need to spend over 50% of their median income to buy nutritious food, whereas those in Toronto need to spend 10%.

Join the conversation on new farmers at FSC’s 9th Assembly on Friday Oct 14th

The New Farmer Initiative, a collaboration between Food Secure Canada, Farmstart and the National New Farmer Coalition is organizing two sessions at the Assembly focused on challenges and opportunities of new ecological farmers in Canada. 

Member calls


Federal Budget Falls Behind on School Meal Funding

Alberta, G-7 Countries Lead the Pack, while Feds Remain Inactive

For immediate release

March 10 – Join the Great Big Crunch on the Hill!

Ottawa – This March 10, 2016, nearly 200,000 children from across Canada will bite into apples (and other crunchy produce) to celebrate healthy, local food.

People Food Policy 02/2016


Resetting the Table 2016