Nasrin was nominated for her courageous efforts to advocate for the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan and for her academic achievement.
Arrell PhD Scholar Amberley Ruetz co-lead a Canada wide survey, taking stock of current school food program practices and the scale of program coverage in the country.
“Growing Stronger” will connect all players within Canada’s food system through an online portal and a series of virtual consultations over the summer and into the fall.
The need for a federal school food program is clear; in 2017, UNICEF ranked Canada as 37th out of the 41 wealthiest nations for access to healthy food.
The Senate’s report includes eight recommendations to develop Canada’s value-added food sector as a global leader in food innovation, transparency and sustainability.
Join Arrell Food Institute on Tuesday, August 13th to speak to federal candidates about food issues.
A letter on behalf of the National Food Policy Governance Working Group to draw attention to their joint proposal to create a new advisory body: the National Food Policy Council.
School food programs have an impressive return on investment and have the potential to boost the Canadian agricultural economy.
The good news is the new Canada’s Food Guide will save a family of four $475 annually on grocery bills, according to a new University of Guelph study.
If the “Food Policy for Canada” session had a theme, it was “waiting.” For the last 18 months, Canada’s federal government has been consulting with stakeholders, industry, civil society and academics on a widespread policy that would cover a host of food issues.