Become a Member

Be part of the movement!

We support and highlight our members’ work across the country, helping to strengthen the food movement by uniting our efforts and voice

Your contribution will help us to achieve our goals in the year to come, including:

  • Linking provincial food organizations, and remote and northern communities,
  • Engaging and supporting people and organizations across Canada to support healthy, ecological and fair food systems and policies,
  • Advocating for food policies at the federal level that reflect the priorities of Canada’s food movement.
  • Developing and sharing information and ideas for creative organizing,
  • Organizing our Assembly


Membership Options

Receive member-only communications
Get more visibility 
Share your events and campaigns with a national audience
Participate in our advocacy campaigns
Receive discounts on FSC events
Vote for FSC's Board of Directors
Support our mission and goals

$12 - $95

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$100 - $2500

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* Associates are organizations who support FSC’s mission and goals but are unable to become members. For example, government agencies, think tanks, or organizations restricted by their mandate or geography. Private and public sector organizations are eligible for this category.


Other Benefits of Membership


National information and communications hub

Food democracy

Food Secure Canada provides an information hub for food actors, politicians, and the media so they can find what they need on food issues new and old. 

You will also receive the Inside Scoop - behind-the-scenes news exclusive to members - in which we share the latest news about the process and politics of getting to Canada’s first national food policy (contents are not for citation or publication).

Food democracy is a central value to what we do, how we do it, and why. The rights of organizational and individual members are the same (see Matrix).

We conduct federal advocacy on behalf of members and create opportunities for them to: collaborate on presentations to parliamentary committees, meet with decision-makers, and send letters to government agencies and Members of Parliament. Our engagement strategies are a reflection of this, including the mobilization of 3,500 Canadians behind the creation of our policy platform, Resetting the Table