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A toolkit compiled by a Locally Driven Collaborative Project (LDCP) funded by Public Health Ontario, to guide policy makers, planners, community leaders and health unit staff in healthy community planning in a rural setting.
This report analyzes the work of food policy conuncils across Canada and provides a description of the diverse ways in which food policy work isunfolding and organized at the level of municipality, what the key activities are, and what numerous actors believe is their value to municipalities and the food chain.
This report describes the results of research that was undertaken in Haliburton County to determine how Official Plans might be amended in order to support the food system.
Food Skills for Families is a hands-on curriculum based program that makes healthy eating, shopping and cooking easy, quick and fun. Diabetes Canada offers this successful six-session program to teach people how to make healthy meals, snacks and beverage choices and to gain confidence in the kitchen. Programs are delivered to targeted, at risk populations.
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 US-based guide provides community groups and nonprofit organizations with the tools to access land that can be used to grow food.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the state of food skills in Canada. It focuses on planning, transference of skills, knowledge, mechanical cooking skills and food conceptualisation skills.

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