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An infographic on costs of living, including food costs, for families living in the Niagara Region of Ontario.
This fact sheet highlights the Canadian Community Health Survey data on food insecurity and its relationship with various chronic diseases and health care costs.
This video, developed by Elgin St. Thomas Public Health, uses nutritious food basket data and real-life story to decribe the issue of food insecurity in the community.
This fact sheet summarizes findings from a study using Canadian Community Health Survey data on food insecurity and its relationship with food skills and practices of adults.
This US-based toolkit aims to help readers navigate the food policy system and make steps towards improving access to healthy and affordable food in their community.
This US-based toolkit describes how to create a strong healthy small food retailer certification program that requires participating stores to increase the variety of healthy foods they sell, reduce the offerings of unhealthy foods, and being proactive in marketing healthy options with help from a sponsoring agency or organization.
This report establishes baselines around the 7 pillars of the Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy so that progress towards community food security can be measured.

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