Yearly Archives: 2018

New research funding announcement: Dismantling stigma

FoodARC’s Director, Dr. Patty Williams recently received funding through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for a new research project called Dismantling stigma: Exploring experiences of and views on food insecurity, social exclusion, and shame among women through

Latest data on household food insecurity published by PROOF

PROOF published latest data on household food insecurity based on the 2015-2016 Canadian Community Health Survey. It shows that food insecurity remains a prominent issue in Canada affecting millions of adults and children across the country.   You can find

Dig in! – Some Common Food Terms (in collaboration with EAC)

Do you find that the terminology sometimes gets confusing? Do you know what is the difference between food security and food justice? What about food sovereignty? To help you navigate the terminology, FoodARC, in collaboration with Ecology Action Centre, developed

EAC Stories From The Food Movement – video series featuring Patty Williams

Check out Stories From The Food Movement – a wonderful video series produced by our friends at Ecology Action Centre! The video featuring FoodARC’s director Patty Williams is linked below. Enjoy!   You can find other videos and more information

Promoting Healthy Weights in Children Conference

On June 6th, 2018 Ksenia Kholina, FoodARC’s Summer 2018 dietetic intern, attended Promoting Healthy Weights in Children, childhood obesity-focused conference in Moncton, NB. Ksenia found the approach taken to be all-encompassing and well-rounded, therefore, she wanted to share some of

Key Health Inequalities in Canada: A National Portrait

The report on Key Health Inequalities in Canada has been publicly released on May 28th, 2018 and it is available here along with the executive summary, Health Inequalities Data Tool and the series of infographics. This report was developed by the

Free webinar series: Exploring Why Community-Based Research is an Important Mechanism for Societal Change

Community-Based Research Canada presents a free webinar series called “Exploring why community-based research is an important mechanism for societal change”. This series includes three parts that look into the impact of community-based research from different angles: the Canadian context, an

Notification of Thesis Defence at FoodARC

On May 30th, 2018 Felicia Newell will be defending her Master’s thesis at FoodARC. This event is open to the Mount community and the public. We will be glad to see you there!

Community-Campus Engagement Halifax Roundtable

On May 17th, 2018 FoodARC proudly hosted The Community-Campus Engagement Canada – Halifax Roundtable. The event was led by the principal investigator of The Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) research project, Dr. Peter Andrée (Carleton University). CFICE is

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