The latest data shows that 1 in 8 Canadians experience food insecurity, and with Covid-19, this number is now set to increase. However, there is one key policy solution which can prevent further food insecurity:  universal basic income.

While we may feel powerless as we practice social distancing, there are many ways that we can help our communities.

The just-released federal stimulus package provides important support to Canadians during COVID-19, but  we should not miss the opportunity to enact wider systemic change.

Do you or someone you know work for a food security organization? We're compiling a list of what food organizations need across the country, so that people can know where to direct donations and resources. 

On Thurs. March 26, 12:30 EST, join us for a webinar with Valerie Tarasuk to discuss the latest data on food insecurity.

Help us take the pulse of food movements in Canada in this survey, deadline March 20.

“What does Indigenous food sovereignty mean to you?" This is the question we asked to hundreds of youth at the Canadian Roots Exchange conference, which took place in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, Québec.

The board and staff of Food Secure Canada stand in solidarity with the Wet’suwe’ten land and water protectors, and support their assertion of autonomy as a sovereign nation.

This webinar closes the 2019 #EatThinkVote campaign, and goes through the basics of advocacy at the federal level, shares tips from MPs, and breaks down the government's priorities as indicated in the mandate letters.