It’s time to #SpeakUp4SchoolFood

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Did You Know?

Canada is the only G7 country without
a national school food program.

That’s why this Fall election, we are asking all candidates to commit to investing in healthy food in schools. We look forward to working with elected MPs, across party lines, to support the health and well-being of all Nova Scotia children and youth. 

 

You have the power to create change, it’s as easy as 1-2-3!

 
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Stay Connected

By joining the campaign, you will have access to additional resources and receive updates on news and events in your area. We respect your privacy. Your information will not be shared and you will only be contacted with campaign updates.

 
 
 
 

Engage with Candidates

Talk to candidates in your riding about why nourishing kids at school matters. We’ve created a few tools to get you started.

Campaign overview

Questions to ask candidates at the door

Questions to ask candidates at a Town Hall meeting

 
 
 

Tweet, Share and Shout!

Let’s go viral. Share why school food matters to you by using #SpeakUp4SchoolFood on twitter, facebook or instagram.

Students are asking for change

Video 1: Created by Rose Schoonhoven, Dalhousie student and past Nourish Food & Film Challenge winner, showcasing why Nova Scotia students, families and community members want a national healthy school food program.

Video 2: Join Kieran, an 11 year old student, as he explores what school food looks like in his community. And what he’s planning on doing about it.

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Be Part of Something Bigger

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The Coalition for Healthy School Food is a group of over 40 organizations from across Canada advocating for a national school food program. They seek an investment by the federal government in a cost-shared Universal Healthy School Food Program that will enable all students in Canada to have access to healthy meals at school every day. Building on existing programs across the country, all schools will eventually serve a healthy meal or snack at little or no cost to students.

Learn more: healthyschoolfood.ca