Food Security – Mental Health

Not too surprisingly, academic research suggests adults living in food insecure households are more likely to experience a wide range of adverse mental health outcomes, compared to those living in food secure households. University of Toronto’s PROOF has just published a “fact sheet is on the relationship between food insecurity and mental health,” and features … Read more

Roundtable Discussion on NFP includes representatives from most interests

Food Secure Canada and CFICE (Community-First: Impacts of Community Engagement, Carelton¬†University), are hosting a Roundtable event exploring the theme of governance within the upcoming Governing a Food Policy for Canada: Challenges and Opportunities for Innovation, in Ottawa on¬†Friday March 23rd. Co-sponsors:¬†Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE), Food Secure Canada, Faculty of Public Affairs (Carleton … Read more