The Conference Board is missing an amazing opportunity to involve civil society organizations, new Canadians, entrepreneurs and young farmers in their food strategy development.
We think a worthwhile National Food Policy needs to address hunger, fisheries, Indigenous and labour rights, children, local food, Northern issues and more. Don't you?
Having no national food policy is expensive, costing Canadian taxpayers billions in stopgap programs that don't address the underlying issues.
Bring the UN to your community -- join Food Secure Canada for a conversation with the Special Rapporteur on the right to food.