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 July 29, 2016

Includes...

  • High school students at SHAD show their solutions to food security
  • McGill food science students win top prizes for plant-based burger, nutrient-rich stew
  • Kale in the Arctic: Inside an igloo greenhouse that could inspire fresh food production in the North

"News in Brief" for July 28, 2016

Includes...

  • Ryerson students launch mushrooms into space
  • Langley residents challenged to eat local
  • Mooove over conventional dairy, milk buffalos are galloping in

"News in Brief" for July 27, 2016

Includes...

  • Meet the banana man: Farm dedicated to Ontario-grown bananas, papayas and pineapple
  • Helping hungry students a key to improving schools in Canada
  • Baby greens pack a big nutritional punch

"News in Brief" for July 26, 2016

Includes...

  • Eskasoni man builds gardens so people can have fresh food
  • Healthier children, happier children
  • Shop Canadian for Food Day Canada

"News in Brief" for July 25, 2016

Includes...

  • Tax sugar, reduce obesity, say Heart and Stroke, Eastern Ontario Health Unit
  • Inuit traditional food scarcer, harder to manage: reports
  • New female nutrition guideline offers best practices for women’s health

"News in Brief" for July 22, 2016

Includes...

  • Kids encouraged to drink more water
  • Will pulses fuel shift in food choices?
  • Eating oily fish may boost bowel cancer survival: study

"News in Brief" for July 21, 2016

Includes...

  • Soy research fights food poisoning
  • Loblaw targets food-processing industry
  • What we can do about Canada's food waste problem

"News in Brief" for July 20, 2016

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  • With capital and trust, Canada can become an agrifood powerhouse
  • Eat your veggies: How Colby Carrot got more kids to choose salad
  • New app puts food safety in consumers hands

"News in Brief" for July 19, 2016

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  • Ottawa Hospital looking at ways to improve hospital food
  • 37 more communities eligible for full Nutrition North subsidies
  • Pregnant moms’ food choices tied to baby’s body composition: study

"News in Brief" for July 18, 2016

Includes...

  • Dozens in Penticton to discuss how we can have more control over our food
  • Higher consumption of unsaturated fats linked with lower mortality
  • How Philly passed a tax on sugary drinks

"News in Brief" for July 14, 2016

Includes...

  • Freezer in Kentville square provides free meals for residents in need
  • Tax sugary drinks: Health units
  • Newcomer Kitchen keeps Syrian food culture alive in Canada

"News in Brief" for July 13, 2016

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  • Hunters want ability to donate game meat to N.L. food banks
  • Free-range, organic, omega-3: What type of eggs should I buy?
  • Sharing food boosts trust, study finds

"News in Brief" for July 12, 2016

Includes...

  • Rooftop garden providing food for University of Saskatchewan students
  • Urban farming returning Detroit to its roots, but not without challenges
  • NEAT to bring food security program to international stage

"News in Brief" for July 11, 2016

Includes...

  • Pacific salmon fisheries biodiversity underpins indigenous food security
  • Shipping container market brings healthy, cheap food to Moss Park
  • How sweet: A dietitian looks at pop, energy drinks … and taxes

"News in Brief" for July 08, 2016

Includes...

  • Cobourg senior looks at the evolution of food
  • Food Insecurity: Toronto Food Policy Council’s Food by Ward report provides snapshot of food assets
  • Retailers’ intense rivalry and lower crop prices are set to cut your grocery bill

"News in Brief" for July 07, 2016

Includes...

  • ​Healthy family dynamics key to fighting obesity in kids, says researcher
  • Food waste in Canada is the equivalent of 2% of our GDP
  • Loblaw sends tough price increase message to suppliers

"News in Brief" for July 06, 2016

Includes...

  • Sudbury Food Bank taking orders for use of new community kitchen
  • Action needed from education ministers, federal government on student nutrition, says the Coalition for Healthy School Food
  • Government of Canada announces leading researcher to fight obesity and Related Chronic Diseases

"News in Brief" for July 05, 2016

Includes...

  • Canadians throw away billions of dollars worth of food every year
  • Butter is healthier than the white bread you put it on, scientists say
  • Eating pasta could make you slimmer, claim Italian scientists

"News in Brief" for July 04, 2016

Includes...

  • Food allergy testing device developed in Guelph could save lives
  • Food insecurity not just about low income
  • Nutrition program organizers concerned students may be hungry over summer