We are pleased to announce that a new group of 26 community food security leaders has joined our Good Food Organizations initiative.
Principal Investigator behind the University of Toronto PROOF project , Dr. Valerie Tarasuk presented at CFCC's 2015 Food Summit on her team's latest research on household food insecurity.
On September 30, Dr. Andrew Pinto and former Canadian senator Hugh Segal will discuss basic income in our webinar, Basic Income: Giving Canadians a Solid Floor to Stand On.
Four questions with Hugh Segal
Community Food Centres Canada is pleased to announce our first granting program, which will award $250,000 to community food organizations across Canada. The five $50,000 grants will be paired with consulting services, enabling us to offer tailored and multi-faceted support at a critical time in the organization’s development as
It's election time!
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 – 12-1PM Eastern
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Exciting news: Our 2014 Shared Impact Report is now live online! It features collective 2014 program and evaluation results, photos, and stories from The Local, The Table, The Stop and Regent Park Community Food Centres.
Across the country, momentum is building around policies and initiatives that can create better health, better equality, and positive differences in the lives of Canadians living on low incomes.
More than 100 community food leaders from across Canada gathered in Toronto February 27 – March 1 for Community Food Centres Canada's first Food Summit. This Food Summit brought together food experts from nation-wide Community Food Centres and Good Food Organizations to learn from one another, share best practices, and cultivate Canada’s good fo