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Food Secure Canada (FSC) in partnership with le Collectif de la Table des Écoliers and Breakfast Club Canada is holding three school table... Read more
Montreal – Four roommates from NDG have come up with a genius plan to help their community get access to local, fresh, organic... Read more
Dairy Queen has become the latest fast-food restaurant chain to remove sodas from its kids meal menus. McDonald’s, Burger King and... Read more
Northerners’ dissatisfaction with Nutrition North Canada (NNC) promises to be a major factor in the 2015 federal election in the 10... Read more
It’s a question asked every day, thousands of times by students everywhere. What’s for breakfast? What’s for lunch? What... Read more
Hi, Hope you are doing fine. I am a Food Secure Canada member and community economic development researcher at University of Manitoba. I... Read more
Last week, Toronto Mayor John Tory proclaimed May 5, 2015 Food Justice Day in Toronto. For this special occasion, Nydia Dauphin, FoodShare... Read more
More than four out of five Canadians support health warnings on unhealthy foods, legislated sodium reduction and subsidies on fresh... Read more
The Best Practice Guidelines are intended to provide health and social service workers with current, evidence-based approaches to... Read more
Hosted by: Food Secure Canada THURSDAY, MAY 21 FROM 12:00 PM TO 13:00 PM EDT WATCH THE RECORDING SLIDES ARE AVAILABLE HERE With $32... Read more
School collaborations with a professionally trained chef to improve the taste of healthy meals significantly increased students’... Read more
Hosted by: Food Secure Canada THURSDAY, MAY 7th from 1:00- 2:00 PM EDT Learn how school food programs in Manitoba and BC are... Read more
Communities across the country are creating innovative and effective ways to build procurement of locally produced foods by schools,... Read more
Last March, Toronto City Council approved an increase of funding for student nutrition. The revised budget will now include nearly under $1... Read more
Following on the heels of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in April to not hear a class action lawsuit on the dismantling of... Read more
The world's most widely used pesticide, glyphosate (commonly sold as Roundup), has been under the microscope lately. The International... Read more

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