food security

The big grocery store chains are raking in the profits, but food insecurity shows no signs of abating.
There's no shame in food bank visits, say a dietitian and a financial expert.
The grassroots project has delivered hundreds of meals since the pandemic hit.
What it's like to be 'invisibly' food insecure for one Canadian household.
Canada’s “City of Gardens” is living up to its name in an unprecedented time.
"It is not a supply issue, but it is a behavioural change..."
Growing locally-produced food in Canada isn't always a possibility. Our nation's diverse climate and landscape make it hard
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Change can only come if we, as a province, work together to advocate for long-term change and the solutions that will eliminate both hunger and poverty.
Canadians have been very clear. We believe the growing inequality in our country is unacceptable. Three out of four people feel the issue is getting worse and believe the government should be doing more to address it. So where's the government action?
One in four residents of Nunavut suffer from food insecurity.