Community champions in Muskeg Lake and Ahtahkakoop give us an update on their food forests as the project gets into year two.
Food prices have risen by nearly 9% across Canada, making it hard for families to buy food. How are Indigenous communities responding? Photo: OCIC/Allan Lissner
Food is so much more than just a meal to eat. Food ranges from agricultural activities, to gardens, to traditional knowledge. All these aspects of food can help change the future for children.
We extend our sincerest condolences to Residential School Survivors and to the families and communities affected by the IRS system and the recent devastating confirmation of abuse at Residential Schools.
Red Rock Indian Band is bringing traditional food back to their community with a three phase approach: moose hang, butcher shop and tannery.
12-year-old Luke loves hunting, fishing and being out in nature in Neyaashiinigmiing. He’s practicing his heritage, and helping others do the same.
Earth Day 2021: Could food forests be the key to restoring the planet?
We are proud to annouce $1M in funding from the 2020 TD Ready Challenge to expand our Indigenous Food Forest initiative in four Indigenous communities.
Here are a few special messages of thanks from the children and families you helped support last year.
Meet these inspiring World Food Day Champions who are working to end child hunger and create food security for all.
As the world decides whether students can safely return to school amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, parents, teachers and children are wondering what the future holds for their education. Learn how school closure greatly impacts children – and could for years to come.