Recent Publication: Structural Constraints and Enablers to Community Food Security in Nova Scotia, Canada

FoodARC and partners recently published an article called “Structural Constraints and Enablers to Community Food Security in Nova Scotia, Canada”, which emerged out of Activating Change Together for Community Food Security (ACT for CFS). The purpose of the research was

 

Staff Changes at FoodARC

We wanted to take a moment to thank Megan Ramsay and Aliya Jamal for all of their hard work at FoodARC over the last couple of years. Megan started with FoodARC as a dietetic intern in the summer of 2014,

 

FoodARC is hiring Research Assistants!

FoodARC is looking for two part-time Research Assistants, one to support qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods data analysis and one to support community level engagement and knowledge sharing. If you think you’ve got the qualifications for both jobs, we’re open

 
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Food security in Nova Scotia – CBC

Did you know that Nova Scotians experience some of the highest rates of food insecurity in Canada? Currently, 18.5% of Nova Scotians, and a total of 4 million Canadians nationwide are struggling on a daily basis to provide food for

 
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Dr. Ryan Meili, founder of Upstream, coming to Antigonish‏!

The National Collaborating Centre for the Determinants of Health (NCCDH) has invited Dr. Ryan Meili to present a series of public lectures in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Dr. Meili is the executive director of Upstream, a Saskatoon-based non-profit that

 
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Online Food Panel to Discuss Rising Cost of Food and the Role Local Food Plays – February 10th

February 9th, 2016 (Halifax, NS) – Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia (FMNS), a not-for-profit organization that works with many of the farmers’ markets within the province, is organizing an online panel to discuss rising food costs and the role of

 
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Palagummi Sainath: Food Justice – Local and Global Perspectives (Coady Institute)

A great lecture from Palagummi Sainath about local and global perspectives of food justice. P. Sainath, author of Everybody Loves a Good Drought, was the 2015 Coady Chair in Social Justice at Coady International Institute. This public lecture was recorded

 

We’ve published a new paper!

Be sure to check out the article The Capacity Building Experience of Women Engaged in Determining the Cost and Affordability of Healthy Food in Nova Scotia, Canada in the Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, written by Christine P. Johnson,

 

Webinar: Field notes for social change, a conversation with Raj Patel

Upcoming Webinar: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 12-1pm EST Join Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) on Tuesday, December 8th  from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EST  for a webinar that explores how social change actually happens. In this one hour webinar, CFCC

 
Delegates Connect at 2014 National Student Food Summit

FoodARC Shout out in the National Post!

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the National Post about the National Student Food Summit 2015 organized by Meal Exchange! See the attached article below. Stay tuned to see how “The Hand You’re Dealt” will be used as

 

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FoodARC is a proud part of the Mount community.

Associated with the Department of Applied Human Nutrition, FoodARC continues the strong Mount tradition of research and community-engaged scholarship in supporting social responsibility, the advancement of women, and preparing students for global citizenship.

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