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 January 22, 2018

Includes...

  • Sudbury dietitian offers tips for successful New Year's resolutions
  • Canada must rethink health spending strategy
  • New program offers diet and nutritional information to Sask. First Nations free of charge

"News in Brief" for January 19, 2018

Includes...

  • Gluten-free food isn't healthier for you, new study indicates
  • Ryerson to take part in study on food insecurity
  • 'Entire aisles are empty': Whole Foods employees reveal why stores are facing a crisis of food shortages

"News in Brief" for January 18, 2018

Includes...

  • What’s new in food and nutrition for 2018
  • Mexico and Hungary tried junk food taxes — and they seem to be working
  • Our bodies may be treating fast food like an invading bacterial infection — and it could be killing us

"News in Brief" for January 17, 2018

Includes...

  • Longer breastfeeding tied to lower diabetes risk for mothers: study
  • Commercials are selling teens on junk food — to the tune of 520 extra snacks a year
  • Diabetes Canada closing some summer camps in N.B., P.E.I. and Ottawa

"News in Brief" for January 16, 2018

Includes...

  • Health Canada says processed-food makers aren't cutting enough salt
  • Iceland becomes first supermarket to go 'plastic-free' for own brand products in landmark announcement
  • Energy drinks affecting young Canadians' health: Waterloo study

"News in Brief" for January 15, 2018

Includes...

  • Food safety violations climb at Ottawa seniors' homes
  • Instagram loves the Whole30 diet — but nutrition experts don't
  • 'It's really not advisable': experts warn against 'raw water' trend

"News in Brief" for January 12, 2018

Includes...

  • Free access to dietitians for First Nations Communities in Saskatchewan
  • The best healthy eating advice we took from 2017
  • With the recent outbreak of E. coli, what can I do to safely prepare raw vegetables?

"News in Brief" for January 11, 2018

Includes...

  • Etobicoke parents advocate for school nutrition funding in Toronto budget
  • Sugar tax: why health experts want it but politicians and industry are resisting
  • Ontario's university students want quality, local food, report finds

"News in Brief" for January 10, 2018

Includes...

  • Hospital becomes first to ban all sugary food and drink
  • 'Local' food means from Ontario to our MPP but not to all of us
  • Wage hike triggers food industry divide

"News in Brief" for January 09, 2018

Includes...

  • Here’s a $50 grocery list for an entire week of healthy eating
  • Act banning food advertising to children 'extremely important,' says prof
  • Christy Brissette: If you think grocery stores are playing tricks on you, they really are

"News in Brief" for January 08, 2018

Includes...

  • Are you handling your food safely? One expert says probably not
  • Exploring the connections between nutrition and learning
  • The term “generally recognized as safe”? You can now generally recognize as sound

"News in Brief" for January 05, 2018

Includes...

  • Less meat, more choice: a look at key food issues in 2018
  • Some thought food guide messaging told them to become vegetarians
  • PETA wants ‘meat tax’ to steer Canadians toward plant-based diet

"News in Brief" for January 04, 2018

Includes...

  • Are ‘natural’ foods really better for you?
  • Former advertising executive reveals junk food-pushing tactics
  • How France became a global leader in curbing food waste

"News in Brief" for January 03, 2018

Includes...

  • 40% of U of S students face issues around food insecurity, study shows
  • E. coli outbreak leaves two dead — one in Canada, one in the U.S.
  • Meat tax ‘inevitable’ to beat climate and health crises, says report

"News in Brief" for January 02, 2018

Includes...

  • StatsCan selects Ottawa for national health survey
  • Opening supermarkets in food deserts improves health of residents, even if they don’t buy healthier food
  • Limit kids' snacking to two a day urges UK health agency