Momentum is building for the Canadian government to strengthen the health of all Canadian children and youth by investing in school food programs.
Food Secure Canada
Food Secure Canada is a Canada-wide alliance of civil society organizations and individuals collaborating to advance dialogue and cooperation for policies and programs that improve food security in Canada and globally.
Food Secure Canada calls on the Prime Minister for personal leadership to ensure that the new food policy for Canada builds a more just, healthy and sustainable food system
Major government-level changes will be needed to ensure access to sustainably-grown food for people living on low incomes. Food Secure Canada's latest on food accessibility.
Food Secure Canada reports back on the government of Canada's new What We Heard report from its 2017 consultations.
Universal, healthy school food programs help to level the playing field ensuring all students have access to nutritious food, which in turn supports their learning.
The government just signalled where it is likely headed on food policy and to be frank, it’s not looking good from the perspective of most Food Secure Canada members.
References to food (41) and rights (72) abound in the 2018 federal budget. However, there is no cohesive approach or budget to move towards healthy, just and sustainable food for all Canadians.
Canada’s largest food companies colluded to artificially increase the price of bread from 2001 to 2015. Six things you need to know about this scheme, including how to help improve access to food.
The new Food Policy report sends some powerful messages but misses the mark on addressing food insecurity in Northern and Indigenous communities and shifting to more healthy and sustainable diets.
A broad alliance of more than 50 food industry, civil society and farming groups is calling on the federal government to create a National Food Policy Council to inform its Food Policy for Canada.