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This toolkit supports a Big Crunch event and provides a registration form, practical information to implement the event, and curriculum related resources. Note: these resources are based on school curriculum relevant to Saskatchewan, whereas Ontario’s Health and Education curriculum may vary.
This toolkit, developed by Halton Food for Thought, includes an activity guide, themed books, and activities to implement the Great Big Crunch event in your school.
This report provides comprehensive findings from the Saskatoon Regional Food Assessment, followed by recommendations and next steps toward creating a food strategy for the Saskatoon region.
This US-based tool kit can be used by school health councils, nutrition services providers, principals, teachers, parents, and other school staff who are interested in increasing access to drinking water. In addition, other stakeholders may choose to use the tool kit, such as public health partners, community members, and university staff, to support the implementation and evaluation of these efforts among schools.
This is a BC-based guide for program leaders for an after-school food skills program designed to promote healthy eating habits by providing students with hands-on cooking experience and tasting of nutritious food.
This food literacy facilitator’s guide outlines the materials needed, including twelve session outlines, for a crockpot cooking club for seniors.
This resource provides tips on how to keep safe and healthy while enjoying the benefits of a school garden.
This position paper from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics provides recommended benchmarks for early care and education programs to meet children’s nutrition needs and promote children’s optimal growth in safe and healthy environments. (Please note that this is an American resource. In Canada, nutrition standards should be based on Canada’s Food Guide.)
This policy story describes the City of Hamilton’s corporate Healthy Food and Beverage policy and provides a synopsis of the origin of the policy, the policy pilot phase and key lessons learned.
These guidelines contain nutrition information, event meal considerations and sample menus that will help guide foodservice operators offer healthy choices to both spectators and athletes in British Columbia.

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