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This tailored food guide includes both traditional foods and store-bought foods that are generally available, affordable and accessible across Canada and provides unique images and content.
These guidelines help ensure consistent standards of practice in child care settings. Healthy Eating guidelines promote healthy eating by providing a wide range of nutritious and safe foods in a positive and supportive environment. Active Living Guidelines aim to enable child care educators to promote, role model, and engage children in daily physical activity and provide opportunities to develop physical literacy skills.
This fact sheet outlines the impacts of the shift from a traditional diet, consisting of a wide variety of highly nutritious foods harvested and gathered from the land and water, to a nontraditional diet based on commercially processed and packaged foods that are low in nutritional value.
Memorandum issued by the Ministry of Education to document Ontario’s School Food and Beverage Policy (PPM150). The policy was announced in January 2010 and took effect on September 1, 2011.This memorandum is also available in English.
This literature review seeks to explore current policies and guidelines in Canada and around the world, that affect the food environment inside of schools and the effectiveness of these initiatives on improving the health of children and youth.
This US-based toolkit describes how to create a strong healthy small food retailer certification program that requires participating stores to increase the variety of healthy foods they sell, reduce the offerings of unhealthy foods, and being proactive in marketing healthy options with help from a sponsoring agency or organization.
This US-based toolkit is intended for anyone that holds meetings and conferences, with four guidance topic areas including: nutrition, physical activity, tobacco-free and sustainability.
This resource provides an overview of the Ontario's School Food and Beverage Policy. This resource is also available in French.
The Food and Beverage Standards for Nova Scotia Public Schools are based upon Canada’s Food Guide to Healthy Eating. They provide nutrition criteria, suggestions, and detailed lists of healthy options that can help inform decisions about the food and beverages served and sold during the school day.
Memorandum issued by the Ministry of Education to document the changes to Ontario’s School Food and Beverage Policy (PPM150). The policy was announced in January 2010 and took effect on September 1, 2011. This memorandum is also available in French.

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