Every two years, Food Secure Canada gives out this award to recognize vision, leadership and a commitment to grassroots activism in building a more just and ecological food system. Nomination 2018 open May 31st and close September 5th.

June 18th - 1pm-2:30 EST - The Northern Food Network will be hosting a webinar featuring presentations from Yukon Indigenous Community Climate Change Champions (YIC4).

June 15, 2018 (OTTAWA) - The Coalition for Healthy School Food issued the following statement in support of Senate Motion no. 358...

The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) held their fourth and final session in a series of ‘conversations’ on what is commonly called the “Barton Report”, May 10 in Ottawa, and FSC was present.

FSC is recipient of research funding for the 2018-2019 year contribution program for non-profit organizations of Consumer and Voluntary developed by Innovation, Science and Development Canada

The government just signalled where it is likely headed on food policy with clues coming from the government’s published Response to the recent Agriculture and Agri-Food parliamentary Standing Committee Report on Food Policy. A virtual town hall for FSC members was convened on April 9th, and members were vocal about their disappointment.

This year’s Great Big Crunch saw more than 300,000 children, schools, politicians, organizations and citizens from across the country crunching into apples and other crunchy produce to make noise for a national healthy school food program.

With new Canadian food policy and healthy eating strategy decisions expected later this year, it is disappointing that Canada’s food systems and their impact are not directly addressed in the 2018 budget.

On February 9th, Health Canada announced online consumer consultations for Front-of-Package (FOP) labelling, one of the pillars of its Healthy Eating Strategy. This is a welcome step to encourage Canadians to choose healthier foods, to reduce sodium, sugar and saturated fat consumption, and to incentivize companies to formulate healthier processed foods.