As part of our post Eat Think Vote campaign, we have created a template letter for each of the main political parties that you can use to develop or solidify your relationship with your newly elected MP.

Toward the end of 2020, Food Secure Canada invited network organizations across the country to look at the policy proposals within Growing Resilience and Equity, and identify where there is most momentum within their region. This report provides a snapshot of six provincial and territorial networks.

The new Canadian government has a lot on its plate. As our newly elected officials begin to set their work plans and mandates, a priority should be taking significant steps towards achieving the SDGs by 2030. What has stalled the country's progress to date, and what steps should Canada take to get back on track? Read more.

To conclude the Eat Think Vote campaign, FSC writes an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the leaders of the major political parties.

With the 2021 federal election campaign now officially underway and polling day on September 20th, we are excited to announce that we are launching the third edition of the Eat Think Vote campaign!

Design by Andy Everson, Northwest Coast Artist

With the news of nearly 1000 unmarked children’s graves, we hope that the collective work in the food movement will be a source of learning, unlearning, justice and respectful collaboration going forward.

Canada is committed to meeting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Launched in 2015, the SDGs provide a roadmap to advance the health of people and the planet. How could a national school food program help Canada advance its SDG commitments? And how could Canada design school food programs so that they best advance the SDGs? Read FSC's latest paper.

The latest federal budget shows that the social movements working for a healthy, just and sustainable society and food system in Canada are being heard. The budget made significant investments to address Food Secure Canada’s goals:  zero hunger, healthy and safe food, sustainable food systems as well as significant investments in addressing anti-Black racism and and a number of priorities of Indigenous peoples. 

This virtual town hall featured an update from Food Secure Canada and partners, followed by a breakout discussion.

Today, the Government of Canada announced the new Canadian Food Policy Advisory Council, naming both Gisèle Yasmeen, the Executive Director of Food Secure Canada, and food policy expert and food justice advocate Melana Roberts, who is currently the Chair of the Food Secure Canada Board, as members.