An evening on food security

LOCATION: KWANLIN DÜN CULTURAL CENTRE (MULTIPURPOSE ROOM), 1171-1ST AVENUE, WHITEHORSE, YT Y1A 0G9

This event is co-hosted by the Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research and the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation Scholars, Mentors and Fellows.

This is a FREE, PUBLIC event. It will provide an opportunity to learn about food security from a variety of different perspectives and discover what initiatives are going on in other regions of the country and internationally.

Please arrive by 6:45 as presentations will begin promptly at 7:00 pm. Appetizers will be served.

 

Presentations from:

- Diana Bronson, Executive Director of Food Secure Canada

- Anelyse Weiler and Sophia Murphy, Scholars, Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation

- Dr. Joseph Leblanc, Executive Director of Social Planning Council Sudbury and member of Indigenous Circle of Food Secure Canada

- Kathleen Wayne, Manager Family Nutrition Programs, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services

Date: 
Wed, 2016/05/18 -
6:45pm to 9:00pm