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 October 31, 2016

Includes...

  • Canada wasting tonnes of food
  • Canada’s new food guide designed to fight obesity problem
  • New study gives food for thought on "college diet" theory

"News in Brief" for October 28, 2016

Includes...

  • Teal pumpkins a welcome sign for trick-or-treaters with food allergies
  • How does your workplace rate with nutrition?
  • Coca-Cola fought regulation around the world to keep advertising to kids, according to hacked emails

"News in Brief" for October 27, 2016

Includes...

  • Action finally in sight on CFIA modernization
  • Unconventional Panel: Does Canada need more labels on food products?
  • Four in ten university students lack food security as education costs skyrocket

"News in Brief" for October 26, 2016

Includes...

  • Leslie Beck: There is reason to be cautious about calcium supplements
  • Health Canada looks to revamp food guide as obesity crisis grips country
  • Jamie Oliver wants to see more women in the kitchen

"News in Brief" for October 25, 2016

Includes...

  • School food boxes a big success in the Valley
  • Canada’s Food Guide: What the government is changing to help Canadians eat better
  • Food industry goes beyond looks to fight waste

"News in Brief" for October 24, 2016

Includes...

  • Students synchronize crunches
  • Health Minister Jane Philpott announces new food labelling, marketing regulations
  • Why a new national strategy on food can’t satisfy all

"News in Brief" for October 21, 2016

Includes...

  • From our dietitian: Yes, it’s OK to enjoy Halloween
  • How to portion control: just imagine how good food tastes
  • Fast-food calorie labeling fails to motivate consumers to choose healthy eating, study finds

"News in Brief" for October 20, 2016

Includes...

  • Why grocery stores are pushing packaged foods to the perimeter
  • Breastfeeding moms stage 'nurse-in' against methylmercury at Muskrat Falls
  • Edmonton’s Food Bank: ‘Food is going out faster than it’s coming in’

"News in Brief" for October 19, 2016

Includes...

  • How drinking more water may boost your short-term memory
  • Food poisoning could increase risk of Crohn's later in life: Canadian study
  • Good Housekeeping creates new seal, incubator to identify & help develop healthier products

"News in Brief" for October 18, 2016

Includes...

  • The business case for a healthy nutrition workplace environment
  • What it’s like to eat the same thing every day
  • Canadian chefs eager to restore millennials' confidence in food system as they target 'Big Food Inc'

"News in Brief" for October 17, 2016

Includes...

  • Project aims to help people make better food choices
  • U of G profs urge Canadians to cut food waste to combat climate change
  • Welfare food challenge asks people to eat for a week on $18

"News in Brief" for October 14, 2016

Includes...

  • Dietitians call for measures as food prices rise in Sask.
  • Coke, Pepsi fund health groups... but fight them too: study
  • 'Only drink water when thirsty,' study suggests

"News in Brief" for October 13, 2016

Includes...

  • Proposed tax on sugary drinks a good start, says dietitian
  • Climate change a challenge for future agri-food policy
  • Analyzing picture books for nutrition education

"News in Brief" for October 12, 2016

Includes...

  • One in 10 in Sudbury does not have enough to eat
  • In support of homegrown food
  • Canadians anxious but ill-informed about genetically engineered food

"News in Brief" for October 11, 2016

Includes...

  • New recipe resource for older adults more than just a cookbook, says creator
  • In today’s market, your food chooses you
  • Doctors' Notes: Watch out for “free” sugar in foods

"News in Brief" for October 07, 2016

Includes...

  • Food policing in Durham schools does not promote healthy food eating
  • Halton schools rising to the Great Big Crunch challenge Oct. 13
  • Report focuses on finding solutions for food waste in Canada

"News in Brief" for October 06, 2016

Includes...

  • Ryerson greenhouse project expands to second Inuit community
  • Researchers are playing with food in remarkable ways—and making it healthier
  • Clover Leaf website will let consumers track the source of their fish

"News in Brief" for October 05, 2016

Includes...

  • Hold the cheering about Canada’s falling food prices
  • Stop brainwashing kids with junk food ads
  • N.L. group slams Nutrition North subsidy program as federal food failure

"News in Brief" for October 04, 2016

Includes...

  • This woman has been a leader in Toronto food security
  • Got milk? 2016 World Breastfeeding Week kicks off across B.C., Canada
  • Leslie Beck: What do you need to know about raw milk

"News in Brief" for October 03, 2016

Includes...

  • Overhaul food freight subsidy, say Nunavut residents
  • Supporters step up in Markham, Ont. to raise awareness of severe food allergies
  • FoodTube: Why are people producing – and devouring – food broadcasts?