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An Alberta-based hands-on, step-by-step toolkit to assist schools in nutrition policy development. In Ontario, schools must comply with PPM 150: school food and beverage policy.
This toolkit was developed by the Ontario Public Health Association to support capacity for action on the social determinants of health at the local level in Ontario.
This report outlines the feedback provided by those who participated in the Health Canada on-line consultation in the summer of 2017 that aimed to seek feedback on Health Canada’s proposed approach to restricting the marketing of unhealthy food and beverages to children.
These guidelines provide recommendations on the amount of time in a 24-hour day that young children under 5 years of age, should spend being physically active or sleeping for their health and well being, and the maximum recommended time these children should spend on screen-based sedentary activities or time restrained.
This report describes the current situation in Ontario with respect to local food use and local food literacy in meal and snack programs targeting young children. It also outlines the challenges, barriers and opportunities to support more local food use and local food literacy in child care and student nutrition programs.
This US-based “policy package” features a set of model goals and actions for schools to incorporate into their wellness policies to help promote access to free, safe drinking water.
This Manitoba-based guide provides program planners with resources on how to implement a cooking program for children aged six to eleven.
This evidence summary from Australia provides recommendations for planning comprehensive interventions based on the best available evidence current as of June 2009 on increasing fruit and vegetable consumption among children aged 5 to 12 years.

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