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National school food program needed
30
Aug

National School Food Program Needed

Photo: Canadian children are not provided consistent access to healthy food at school, Diana Bronson and Sasha McNicoll write. (JENNIFER BAIN/TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO) Canadian children return to school with insufficient access to healthy food Mon., Aug. 28, 2017 By DIANA BRONSON AND SASHA MCNICOLL www.thestar.com As children across the country go back to school, a recent...
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FIVE BIG IDEAS FOR A BETTER FOOD SYSTEM
16
Aug

Five Big Ideas for a Better Food System

A PROPOSAL FROM FOOD SECURE CANADA FOR THE NATIONAL FOOD POLICY Canadians are concerned with the health and sustainability of the food they eat, and, as more and more people struggle to put good food on the table, our food system has become an issue of increasing priority. Unhealthy diets claim more lives than any...
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Unanimous Support Secures the Future of "Farm to School" in Oregon
26
Jul

Unanimous Support Secures the Future of “Farm to School” in Oregon

Unanimous support from the Oregon House, Senate and governor has passed a bill that supports local food in schools. House Bill 2038 allocates $4.5 million for schools to continue to buy Oregon-grown and processed foods and to support agriculture- and garden-based education. With 144 school districts participating in the program, here are some ways this...
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Healthy fare in schools? It’s food for thought
15
Mar

Healthy Fare in Schools? It’s Food for Thought

Ontario students understand local food is more nutritious, tastier and green-friendly Erin Beagle understands the power of local food. She’s seen it transform the minds and tummies of students in Thunder Bay, Ont., where she runs the Roots to Harvest program in the city’s high schools. With the catchy catchphrase “punks growing food,” Roots to...
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Increasing Indigenous children's access to traditional foods report release
18
Jan

Increasing Indigenous Children’s Access to Traditional Foods in Early Childhood Programs

Indigenous cultures and identities are closely connected to the lands and waters where traditional foods are obtained. Harvesting, preparing and sharing traditional foods are important practices of Indigenous cultures, and traditional foods are part of a healthy diet. The Population and Public Health program, BC Centre for Disease Control, Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) and...
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Local Food and Beverage Strategy unveiled
20
Oct

Local Food and Beverage Strategy Unveiled

BOUCTOUCHE (GNB) – The provincial government officially unveiled its Local Food and Beverage Strategy at Ferme Michaud in Bouctouche today. The strategy provides local producers with new market opportunities. The strategy was identified last month as a key opportunity for growth in the New Brunswick Economic Growth Plan. “Increasing local food and beverage consumption can...
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03
Jun

Plates, Pyramids, and Planet

Developments in national healthy and sustainable dietary guidelines: a state of play assessment Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization and the Food Climate Research Network at the University of Oxford The report evaluates government-issued food-based guidelines around the globe, assessing whether they link to environmental sustainability as well as personal health. Read the report...
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Webinar: The role of policy in changing the menu for school food in Canada
11
Mar

Webinar: The role of policy in changing the menu for school food in Canada

Date: March 23, 2016     Time: 1:00–2:00 (EST – Eastern Time) Sign Up for Webinar Continuing the conversations from the Changing the Menu National School Food Conference, this webinar is an opportunity to continue to work together to change the menu for school food in Canada. This webinar session will provide an opportunity to learn about:...
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18
Jan

Manitoba on the Menu

Schools, post-secondary, healthcare institutions and Crown corporations collectively purchase millions of dollars’ worth of food annually, yet little is known around how much local food has been purchased. At the same time, their large purchasing power and role as public facilities put institutions in a unique position to be positive drivers for growing our local...
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27
Nov

Everybody Eats: A Discussion Paper on Food Security in Newfoundland and Labrador

Food First NL, in partnership with the Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health Association (NLPHA), is incredibly excited to share the release of our discussion paper, Everybody Eats. This paper is the first step in a process to develop a provincial road-map for the future of food security in Newfoundland & Labrador. Accompanying this discussion paper is a discussion guide for...
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**October 20th is International Chef's Day,** a tribute to the profession of culinary arts! What better way than to share the beautiful posts from our partners and friends who are celebrating their cooks, chefs and kitchen volunteers who cook up delicious, healthy and local meals for students! #InternationalChefsDay #farm2schoolAujourd'hui, c'est la journée internationale des cuisiniers !🌟👨‍🍳Nous profitons de cette occasion pour remercier du fond du cœur l'implication et l'engagement de tous les cuisiniers qui participent aux différents programmes de La Tablée des Chefs. Des Brigades Culinaires, en passant par Cuisine ton avenir, jusqu'aux Cuisines Solidaires, votre contribution est essentielle à notre mission : nourrir et éduquer. 🧡Merci de faire la différence, une portion à la fois, un jeune à la fois.🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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# **Teaching the Curriculum Through Food Video Series! 🥕📹 ****🎬 Farm to Cafeteria Canada and Growing Chefs! Ontario are proud to share our new Teaching the Curriculum Through Food video series.**These short (5-20 min) videos have been developed, in a partnership between our two organizations, to support and inform teachers and volunteers across Canada who are looking to bring food literacy into their classrooms and engage students through food.**🔎 Check out our first videos in the series!**www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/2021/10/teaching-the-curriculum-through-food/@growingchefsontario @SustainOnt #farm2school #schoolcurriculum #foodliteracy ... See MoreSee Less
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# **🥕📹 Enseignement des matières du programme scolaire avec l’alimentation grâce à une série de vidéos**🎬 C’est avec plaisir que De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada et Growing Chefs! Ontario vous présentent leur nouvelle série de vidéos Enseignement des matières du programme scolaire grâce à l’alimentation.Ces courtes vidéos de 5 à 20 minutes ont été créées dans le cadre d’un partenariat entre nos deux organisations. Elles ont pour but d’informer et de soutenir le personnel enseignant et les bénévoles de tout le Canada qui cherchent à présenter des notions de littératie alimentaire à leur classe et à motiver les élèves grâce à l’alimentation.🔎 Visionnez les premières vidéos de la série!www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/fr/2021/10/enseigner-des-matieres-programme-scolaire-avec-lalimentat...@growingchefsontario @SustainOnt #Delafermeàlécole ... See MoreSee Less
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