Better Winnipeg: Breakfast program for kids teaches healthy food choices

Global News

EVA KOVACS: Dalhousie school is a buzz with activity, well before the morning bell rings.

Anywhere from 60 to 90 students arrive early every day for breakfast. It’s part of a Breakfast for Learning program offered at the elementary school.
“Sometimes I don’t eat breakfast at home. I come here to do breakfast,” says Phebe Nolujobi, a student at the kindergarten to grade 6 school in Fort Richmond.
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