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This guide was created as a resource for Manitoba schools wishing to support their students and community through healthy food programming.
This is a guide for program leaders for a cooking program designed to teach basic food preparations skills and to promote healthy eating habits in children aged 8 -12 years. It is ideal for an after school program.
This program manual supports the implementation of the I Love to Cook and Play, healthy eating and physical activity program, for children and youth and is based on all relevant dietary and physical activity guidance, standards and legislation applicable to Ontario.
This report summarizes the evidence around interventions aimed to increase vegetable and fruit consumption among school-aged children and provides evidence-based recommendations for interventions and specific health promotion strategies that would be cost-effective and feasible to implement in community-based settings. This report is also available in French.
This infographic depicts the eleven interconnected attributes of food literacy, organized into the categories of food and nutrition knowledge, food skills, self-efficacy and confidence, food decisions, and other ecologic (external) factors.
The Call to Action for Healthy Eating provides a rationale for and illustrates how food literacy can be used as a comprehensive, evidence-informed framework when planning, implementing, and evaluating programs and services that address healthy eating.
This toolkit, consisting of a manual and two webinar recordings, provides lesson plans, recipes, and evaluation materials used in the Forest Meets Farm program. This program consisted of a series of four local food literacy workshops designed for four northern Ontario high schools.
This report summarizes the evidence around interventions aimed to increase vegetable and fruit consumption among school-aged children and provides evidence-based recommendations for interventions and specific health promotion strategies that would be cost-effective and feasible to implement in community-based settings.
A step by step guide to planning, implementing, maintaining and evaluating a school garden; with examples of connections to curriculum.
This primer discusses food deserts and food swamps and highlights some opportunities for action and collaboration between governments, public health, and business operators.

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