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What The Food ?! The state of Household Food Insecurity

June 15th | 1pm-2pm

Food Security, Food Systems, Food Sovereignty, Food Justice - so many terms related to food, it can be challenging to keep them all straight! Food For All NB is here to help! 

On June 15th, we restart "What the Food?!" webinar series to tease out the nuance of food issues. For the first episode of 2022, we’re thrilled to welcome back one of our very first guests; Dr. Valerie Tarasuk. Dr. Tarasuk returns to share an update on the state of household food insecurity in 2021 and discuss how governments have recently responded to this problem. During this event, we’ll learn more about what's changed since 2018, what the record inflation means for food insecurity moving forward, and what is needed to protect people from food insecurity.

Registration is required for this event. You can register by clicking here

Simultaneous FR/ENG Interpretation will be available to attendees. This event will be recorded. 

Speaker's bio : 

Dr. Valerie Tarasuk is a Professor in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto, cross-appointed to the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Her primary research focus is household food insecurity. She has led several tri-council research grants to elucidate the scope, nature, and health implications of this problem in Canada, assess the effectiveness of community responses and determine how public policies and programs impact food insecurity prevalence and severity. For the past decade, she has led PROOF, an interdisciplinary research program designed to identify effective policy approaches and mobilize knowledge to reduce household food insecurity in Canada.


This event was financed by a grant from the New Brunswick Department of Health.

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