Leadership Centre

Supporting leadership capacity building within Ontario.

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Enhancing leadership competencies, facilitating thoughtful discussion and examination of leadership issues for public health professionals.

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Community Food Advisor

Promoting safe and nutritious food selection, preparation and storage practices.

Community Food Advisor website

Community Food Advisors work in their community to improve and promote safe and healthy food selection, preparation, and storage practices.

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Public Health and You

Your questions about public health answered...all in one place.

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Learn about why public health plays a vital role in ensuring the health of communities across Ontario!

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Ontario Public Health Association

Committed to improving the health of Ontarians.

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Since 1949, OPHA has served as a catalyst for development in the Public Health sector.

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Nutrition Resource Centre

Credible public health nutrition at your fingertips.

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Strengthening the capacity of health professionals across all care settings and in all communities across Ontario.

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"News in Brief" for February 28, 2017

Includes...

  • Flying Dust First Nation producing healthy food options
  • How much protein is too much?
  • Industry Self-Regulation of Marketing to Kids is Worthless - McDonald's Edition

"News in Brief" for February 27, 2017

Includes...

  • Dalhousie researchers launch kid-friendly healthy eating app
  • Study finds that Canadian consumers are concerned about food fraud
  • Should The Poor Be Barred From Buying Junk Food With Food Stamps?

"News in Brief" for February 24, 2017

Includes...

  • Food bank items being sold on the street: hidden camera probe
  • Re-thinking Canada's Food Guide 'a tall order', but P.E.I. dietitians have suggestions
  • Good or bad fats? The scoop about saturated fat for your heart health

"News in Brief" for February 23, 2017

Includes...

  • Ottawa hydroponics startup The Growcer sees growth opportunity in fresh food
  • Canadian Obesity Network’s image bank offers media alternatives to hurtful stereotypes
  • Do we still need 3 square meals a day or is all-day breakfast the new normal?

"News in Brief" for February 22, 2017

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  • Oakville mayor visits school and hears no student should go hungry in Halton
  • Gas, bloat among top digestive woes: Canadian dietitians
  • Child obesity could be partly inherited from parents: study

"News in Brief" for February 21, 2017

Includes...

  • More food coming from close to home
  • Board of Health backs sugary beverage tax
  • Food fraud: study shows Canadians fear risks

"News in Brief" for February 17, 2017

Includes...

  • Let’s talk: food security
  • Food prices to rise in 2017
  • Okanagan College students tackle food security with Refreshing idea

"News in Brief" for February 16, 2017

Includes...

  • Take the Fight out of Food this March during Nutrition Month
  • Highway closures in B.C. raise concerns about local food security during disaster
  • Celebrity advice could have a negative impact on your health

"News in Brief" for February 15, 2017

Includes...

  • Innovation shortens the gap in winter local food supply
  • Cooking challenge pushes local, in-season food
  • Canadian food banks turn to farming amid declining donations

"News in Brief" for February 14, 2017

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  • As cost of healthy food rises 10 per cent, health unit advocates for minimum income
  • Waging war on sugar
  • Double-fortified salt to improve nutrition for 24 million in Uttar Pradesh

"News in Brief" for February 13, 2017

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  • Grocery guide shows newcomers where to get a taste of home
  • Monique Keiran: Four food groups or four lobby groups?
  • Canada’s own hybrid pear could feed a growing appetite for the fruit and local produce

"News in Brief" for February 10, 2017

Includes...

  • Kid Food Nation
  • Customers, food banks hit by No Frills closures
  • Alberta’s food industry in a rut: Stats Can

"News in Brief" for February 09, 2017

Includes...

  • Lower Sackville, NS to see community food garden sprout soon
  • 'Good food is good medicine'
  • Buyer beware: Why food fraud is on the rise in Canada

"News in Brief" for February 08, 2017

Includes...

  • Insect nutrition niche pays dividends for B.C. startup
  • Can food fight Islamophobia?
  • Food insecurity may hinder children’s mental and physical development: Review

"News in Brief" for February 07, 2017

Includes...

  • Two centuries and counting for Toronto's last farming family
  • Sea lice sparks salmon showdown in N.L.
  • Makin' eggs: Gatineau chicken farmers offer scoop on running backyard coop

"News in Brief" for February 06, 2017

Includes...

  • Alberta forum dishes out education about sustainable food
  • Man-made wetlands can solve flooding, drought problems
  • Inside the Race to Invent Fish Free-Fish Fish Food

"News in Brief" for February 03, 2017

Includes...

  • Toonies for Tummies program gives Toronto students a healthy breakfast
  • L.A. Food Truck Project Shows Trickiness of Healthy Eating
  • Giving our business to India

"News in Brief" for February 02, 2017

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  • Hamilton Food Strategy Aims to Collaboratively Support Local Food & Farmers, Food Access for All, Food Literacy
  • More than half of Inuit in northern Canada don’t get enough food
  • Financial ties between nutrition researchers, Big Food raises questions

"News in Brief" for February 01, 2017

Includes...

  • The Strategy to Prioritize Ontario’s Food and Nutrition
  • Stop marketing our kids to death with ads for foods and drinks, Heart and Stroke urges
  • Grow North Aims To Get You Growing Your Own Food