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 November 30, 2018

Includes...

  • 11 nutrition terms to avoid using in 2019
  • Can you really live on meat alone? Everything you need to know about the carnivore diet
  • How the food industry uses big tobacco tactics to manipulate the public

"News in Brief" for November 29, 2018

Includes...

  • 10 grocery shopping habits from around the world that could save time and get you fresher food
  • What are the health benefits of hazelnuts?
  • Aquaponics farm brings sustainable, local eats to Calgary's top restaurants

"News in Brief" for November 28, 2018

Includes...

  • Opinion: Health Canada’s new Food Guide is on the right track
  • Food trends of 2019: What you'll be eating in the new year
  • Should you be taking magnesium everyday? A dietitian weighs in

"News in Brief" for November 27, 2018

Includes...

  • 12 healthy ingredients you should be adding to your salad
  • ‘Many eating disorders start as a healthy eating regime’
  • Weight discrimination can impact people in all areas of their lives

"News in Brief" for November 26, 2018

Includes...

  • 4 holiday season nutrition myths you should ignore
  • The big squeeze: Inside the fight over juice in Canada’s Food Guide
  • Mind the junk food: London to ban ads for unhealthy eats on public transportation

"News in Brief" for November 23, 2018

Includes...

  • New research says sweetened drinks may be more harmful than sugary foods
  • It’s time to rethink farm-to-table, and the future of 'good' food
  • What are the benefits of licorice root?

"News in Brief" for November 22, 2018

Includes...

  • The recipe to recovery: Local dietitian has tips for fighting the flu
  • New peanut allergy drug could herald a ‘sea change’ in treating food allergies, but is not a cure
  • 51% of Americans think people face serious health risk from food additives in lifetime

"News in Brief" for November 21, 2018

Includes...

  • The link between nutrition and sleep
  • What to know about cassava: Nutrition and toxicity
  • Don't eat romaine lettuce, CDC urges amid E. coli concerns

"News in Brief" for November 20, 2018

Includes...

  • How our healthy eating is dangerous for the planet
  • Food sovereignty needed to achieve food security
  • From ‘Phat fats’ and shelf-stable probiotics to faux meat snacks … Whole Foods unveils top 10 food trends for 2019

"News in Brief" for November 19, 2018

Includes...

  • Growing number of state laws limit local government control over food and nutrition
  • Plant-based eating makes consumers feel healthier, study says
  • In Nunavut, a land of plenty, food insecurity abounds

"News in Brief" for November 13, 2018

Includes...

  • Grocery Bus helping students achieve food security
  • Kawartha Lakes community coming together to create access to fresh fruit
  • Grocers, innovators work to save $31B in food from being trashed in Canada each year

"News in Brief" for November 12, 2018

Includes...

  • Noelle's Gift aids nutrition programs at Lambton County schools
  • Nunatsiavut pulls out of Nutrition North Indigenous Working Group
  • Pay It Forward: Battling for food security

"News in Brief" for November 09, 2018

Includes...

  • Spotlight shines on local business at Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
  • Ottawa business races to fill orders after Iqaluit grocery store fire
  • Got nut milk? Here’s the nutritional value of ‘milk’ alternatives

"News in Brief" for November 08, 2018

Includes...

  • Food flood at Neighbour to Neighbour Centre
  • 'Watching a nightmare unfold': Fire tears through Iqaluit grocery store
  • Poor diets threaten health more than malaria, tuberculosis, measles – new UN report

"News in Brief" for November 07, 2018

Includes...

  • Women's group gives big boost to school lunch program
  • The Hungry Caravan
  • Grocery shuttle at MUN a godsend for students without vehicles

"News in Brief" for November 06, 2018

Includes...

  • Vanderhout: Minimum wage freeze gives farmers time to adjust
  • Critical donation period underway for Feed Nova Scotia
  • Valley Parents: Welcome to the Nutrition Edition

"News in Brief" for November 05, 2018

Includes...

  • Backpack program tackles food insecurity for youth
  • University meal plans: Love ‘em, but pay for ‘em
  • As Asian cities expand, millions who live in them are going hungry, UN report shows

"News in Brief" for November 02, 2018

Includes...

  • St. Jerome's University commits to buying sustainable food to sell to students
  • Food bank in the works for Nain, hopes to open this fall
  • Brave new food world: Will you eat these things?

"News in Brief" for November 01, 2018

Includes...

  • Region addressing food insecurity
  • Government of Canada announces new working group for poultry and egg sectors
  • Sustainability and tradition guide General Mills' farming future