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2015-03-26 Healthy Food For All - Part 1

Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition

Thursday, 26 March 2015 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)

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Healthy Food For All - Resources for a Sustainable Local Food System - Part 1

This is the first webinar of the Sustainable Food Systems for Ontario project series. Part 1 webinar will give a brief overview of the Healthy Food for All, Sustainable Food Systems for Ontario project and will highlight some of the resources that have been produced as a result of the project. First, an online toolkit featuring an extensive list of resources in both the English and French languages will be highlighted and participants will be given a guided tour of the newly developed resource. Information will include an introduction to the toolkit search menu and orientation on how to update and add resources. Then, the project partner, Sustain Ontario, will introduce their Peer Learning Circle (PLC) process. As part of the Healthy Food for All project, Sustain Ontario facilitated four PLCs on a variety of relevant topics. Each circle determined their learning priorities, shared resources and invited speakers to supplement their learning; meeting a minimum of six times over the course of a year. Discover some of the highlights of that shared learning, the response of various PLC participants and plans to continue the networking beyond the current project.

Joan Brady, project manager, Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition. Carolyn Young, acting director, Sustain Ontario.

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