Food Banks and COVID-19: Challenges and Innovation in Response to the Pandemic By Eleonora Gagliardi and Sterling Stutz

Food banks are a relatively long-standing part of community landscapes across the country, and fill a critical role of feeding individuals and families who rely on their services. However, this was not always the case. When food banks were first introduced into Canada in 1981, they were meant to be a temporary measure, designed toContinue reading “Food Banks and COVID-19: Challenges and Innovation in Response to the Pandemic By Eleonora Gagliardi and Sterling Stutz”

September 2020: Will Healthy Food Be On the Plate in Canadian Schools? By Sterling Stutz and Eleonora Gagliardi

Reading Time: 2 min           Across the country, community organizations, school food programs, school districts and parents continue to pay close attention to recommendations as governments continue to release guidelines and frameworks for what the return to school will look like. As of the end of July all provinces and territories have released some form ofContinue reading “September 2020: Will Healthy Food Be On the Plate in Canadian Schools? By Sterling Stutz and Eleonora Gagliardi”