Food Secure Canada is a national organization focusing on zero hunger, healthy and safe food and sustainable food systems with members right across the country. We congratulate the Food Action Research Centre (FoodARC) and its lead community partner, the Nova Scotia Food Security Network, on the release of the final report from five years of groundbreaking research through the Community-University …

Food Secure Canada Congratulates the Food Action Research Centre (FoodARC) Read more »

FoodARC is pleased to invite you to the celebration and release of Making Food Matter: Strategies for Activating Change Together (A participatory research report on community food security in Nova Scotia).  This report is the result of the dedication and passion of hundreds of individuals over the past five years in communities, universities, and organizations across Nova Scotia and Canada …

Please join us on Nov 6, 2014 – ACT for CFS report release Read more »

By: Katie Cvitkovitch, Meal Exchange MSVU Chapter Coordinator On Monday, October 6th, FoodARC hosted the MSVU Meal Exchange Chapter for a Virtual Classroom with environmentalist David Suzuki, co-author of The 100-Mile Diet: A Year of Local Eating J.B. MacKinnon, Food Justice Manager for Food Share Toronto Utcha Sawyers, and poet Tanya Davis called Our Food Systems: Are you Hungry for Change? Some really …

MSVU Meal Exchange Chapter participates in a Virtual Classroom with David Suzuki, J.B. MacKinnon and more! Read more »

The World Health Organization recognizes that public engagement is an important factor when addressing social issues related to health policy. Decision-makers in government, businesses, organizations, and local communities have a better understanding of health-related issues within a provincial, national and global context with engagement and collaboration. On October 27, 2014, from 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST, The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants …

Upcoming Webinar: Engaging communities for better policies to improve health equity Read more »

Download a PDF version of this job posting. The Food Action Research Centre, or FoodARC, is a research centre at Mount Saint Vincent University committed to research and action to build food security in Nova Scotia and beyond, grounded on four pillars of activity: participatory action research, capacity building, sharing knowledge, and advocacy. This fall is an exciting time for …

FoodARC seeks Communications Assistant Read more »

Issue Date: June 30, 2014 Solicitation Closes: August 15, 2014 Return Proposal to: Amanda Sheedy by email to programs@foodsecurecanada.org Submission Requirements: Letter of presentation and CV For more information – please visit Food Secure Canada’s website. Food Secure Canada is a pan-Canadian alliance of organizations and individuals working together to advance food security and food sovereignty through three inter-locking goals: …

Request for Proposals: Paying for Nutrition in Northern Canada (Food Secure Canada) Read more »

 
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