Members, partners and friends are invited to join us for our AGM, to take place on February 9, 2023 at 5pm (ET)! Click here to learn more about what to expect and how to sign up. 

The new report explores how the pandemic impacted sustainable food consumption among those living with a low income as well as Black, Indigenous and People of Color.

Nov. 14 and 15: a two-day event on building collective power to advance a more equitable food system, led by leaders in the Black food sovereignty movement.

On Nov. 24, this webinar will highlight the results our recent study, "Sustainable consumption for all'. The study looks at how the pandemic impacted sustainable food consumption among those living with a low income as well as Black, Indigenous and People of Color.

Find links to the recording of the webinar as well as a document summarizing key ideas and addressing any unanswered questions.  

We are thrilled to announce that we are hosting a second screening of Food For The Rest Of Us on July 21st in Montreal, followed by a discussion with the movie's coproducers Tiffany Ayalik and Caroline Cox!

At the end of May, Food Secure Canada hosted a screening of Food for the Rest of Us and invited three food movement change makers to share their reflections on the film and its themes. Click here to learn more and listen to the discussion.

A webinar on access to local food in Canadian francophone spaces, from anti-racist and decolonial perspectives.

New report on local food access through the lens of anti-racist and decolonial perspectives in francophone spaces in Canada.

Food Secure Canada has conducted an initial review of Prime Minister Trudeau’s new mandate letters for Ministers, using a food systems lens.