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CFCC's 2017 Food Summit has ended

Join Community Food Centres Canada in Toronto for the 2017 Food Summit! This event gathers staff from Community Food Centres and Good Food Organizations to share ideas, make meaningful connections, and get energized for our collective work building a healthy and fair food system. Highlights include three tours, a public keynote event, 20+ workshops, themed meet-ups, and our Saturday night social. Read on for the schedule, logistics, and ticket information. Registration closes on March 12, 2017 but register early to secure a spot! Watch this space as more program details will be available soon.

Friday, April 7
 

12:30pm

Tour of Hamilton Community Food Centre
The newest Community Food Centre to open in Canada, Hamilton CFC opened its doors in early 2017. By April, their programming will be well underway with a Community Action Program, an intercultural community kitchen, an after-school program, a Good Food Market and drop-in café, and two weekly meals. We’ll hop on a bus and take the trip to Hamilton to see it in action and hear how they found a site, renovated a space, hired a team, and developed programming all within the past two years.


Friday April 7, 2017 12:30pm - 4:00pm
Hamilton CFC 310 Limeridge Rd W, Hamilton, ON L9C 2V2

2:00pm

Tour of South Riverdale Community Health Centre
A member of CFCC's Good Food Organizations program, The South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC) is a community-based organization that offers primary health care services and health promotion programs in a diverse community. As part of their work operating a bustling health services hub, they have successfully incorporated a range of food security programs to support vulnerable populations including an affordable produce market, a cooking group, diabetes support groups, a Chinese language peer nutrition group, and a rooftop wellness garden.

As part of its harm reduction strategy, plans are also in the works for SRCHC to become a Supervised Injection Site. 


Friday April 7, 2017 2:00pm - 4:00pm
TBA

2:00pm

Tour of The Stop Community Food Centre

At its two locations in Toronto’s west end, The Stop Community Food Centre strives to increase access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community, and challenges inequality. Their dynamic team provides an array of programs including community drop-in meals, a healthy food bank, a Good Food Market, community kitchens, peri-natal support, food systems education, peer advocacy, Community Action, community gardens, and urban agriculture. The Stop is CFCC’s founding partner.


For more about The Stop go to www.thestop.org


Friday April 7, 2017 2:00pm - 4:00pm
The Stop CFC

7:00pm

Keynote Event – Fair Food Nation: Envisioning a future where food is a basic right
You're invited to join Community Food Centres Canada for our exciting event on Friday evening, April 7. Doors open at 6:30.

Your access to this event is included in your registration for the Food Summit – we're looking forward to seeing you there!

Location: Isabel Bader Theatre. 93 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7

A reception will follow.

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When it comes to the issues of poverty and food insecurity in Canada, it feels like we are at an impasse. For many, the idea that no one should have to worry where their next meal is coming from seems obvious. Yet we have somehow gotten to a place where governments and citizens accept systems and policies that make that impossible: from meagre social assistance rates, the entrenchment of food banks, pervasive social isolation, lack of affordable housing, a big and growing burden of chronic disease, and the continued chasm in services and supports between aboriginal populations and the rest of Canada to name a few.

With talk of a poverty reduction strategy and national food policy in the air, and truth and reconciliation work underway, political and citizen support for much-needed systemic change is mounting. Yet to get from consultations and strategies to funded and coordinated action, we need to go beyond critiquing the status quo and instead craft a compelling vision for a future in which everyone has a right to healthy food.

Over the course of an evening, a panel of outspoken advocates from the healthcare, indigenous, and food justice communities will paint an inspiring picture for a fair food nation while articulating a path to get us there.

 


Friday April 7, 2017 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Isabel Bader Theatre 93 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7
 
Saturday, April 8
 

8:00am

Registration & breakfast
Saturday April 8, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

9:00am

Summit opening
Saturday April 8, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

10:00am

Break
Saturday April 8, 2017 10:00am - 10:15am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

10:15am

Creating a trauma-informed organization
Community organizations are on the frontline of interacting with people who have experienced trauma. An awareness of trauma and the role it plays in people's lives can help inform program development, protocols, and relationship-building with participants. This workshop will provide an overview of what trauma is and help staff and organizations understand what it looks like to work from a trauma-informed perspective.

Speakers
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Linor David

Program Manager, Community Food Centres Canada
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Judy Tsao

Outreach Counsellor/Case Manager, Queen West Community Health Centre


Saturday April 8, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

10:15am

Putting healthy food within reach: Fruit and vegetable subsidies in the US and possibilities for Canada

The question of how to make healthy, fresh food more accessible to low-income folks has been plaguing the food movement for years. In the US, the double bucks program and fruit and vegetable prescriptions are emerging as viable incentives to boost consumption of “good food” while improving health. Here in Canada, market vouchers are being tested on a smaller scale, but there’s appetite for more.

Andy Fisher, who has been at the centre of food security work in the US for decades, will share how these food access programs have worked south of the border. CFCC’s COO, Kathryn Scharf, will then moderate a conversation on how Canadian organizations can pursue a made-in-Canada model.

As part of this session, CFCC will be looking to you for feedback on ideas for: a grants stream, a program tool-kit, evaluation and research, and policy advocacy to scale public and private investment. Those with either practical experience with markets or an interest in the policy implications are both invited to attend.

Saturday April 8, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

10:15am

Food skills programs as a path to employment?

Community kitchens and gardens are great places to make new friends, improve your mental health, and of course, learn new skills. Yet with income so closely tied to food security, having a steady job is key. To respond, a growing number of organizations are using food programs to help train low-income or unemployed people for jobs in food. But what does it really take to prepare people for employment?

This session will take a look at different ways organizations are boosting employability through food — from the goals and organizational readiness needed to create such programs, to the challenges and lessons learned along the way.

 


Speakers
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Bronwyn Whyte

Bronwyn Whyte is a Program Manager at CFCC


Saturday April 8, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

10:15am

Joining forces for food: Donors speak on what influences their support and the makings of a great charitable partnership

In an increasingly competitive fundraising space it’s vital for charities to understand their donors’ needs to ensure their long-term support. In this panel discussion, we’ll hear from several donors on what influences their giving, what inspires them about the work of the Good Food movement, and how they’ve been thanked in memorable ways.

This session is moderated by Susan Vardon, CFCC’s Director Strategic Partnerships and will feature a range of donors that give either as individuals or through foundations. 


Saturday April 8, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

11:45am

Lunch!
We offer a delicious spread, and the time to think, follow up with ideas you've heard so far, and maybe even make a new friend. Don't forget to smile in the photo booth!

All food offered will be responsible and meet the allergy / dietary preferences you've stated on your registration forms. We'll display signs to indicate what each dish contains. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 11:45am - 1:00pm
TBA

1:00pm

Land and Spirit: Indigenous responses to food insecurity
This session will explore how Indigenous food sovereignty is being used in diverse communities as a lens and approach to combat food insecurity with indigenous populations. Indigenous food sovereignty encompasses a mental, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual approach to food and land. We’ll take a tour of the country, from unique initiatives in the North to urban partnerships in Toronto to projects happening on reserve in New Brunswick. You’ll get a chance to see different program models at work and collectively explore considerations for working with Indigenous groups.

Speakers
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Chad Duplessie

Manager, Natoaganeg Community Food Centre
Project Coordinator, Natoaganeg Community Food Centre
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Tabitha Martens

Indigenous Researcher & Educator, University of Manitoba
JT

Joce Tremblay

Mashkikii;aki’ing Coordinator, The Stop Community Food Centre
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Erica Ward

Food Bank Coordinator, Eel Ground Community Food Centre
Program Assistant, Natoaganeg Community Food Centre


Saturday April 8, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

1:00pm

Planning the menu for your healthy food policy
Ready to solidify your organization’s commitment to healthy food? A healthy food policy can help! In this session we’ll explore how an organizational healthy food policy can be a useful tool to explain your food philosophy both internally and externally. We’ll also share tips and lessons learned on how to develop such a policy and gain consensus for when it comes time to get down to business.

Speakers
LD

Linor David

Program Manager, Community Food Centres Canada
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Emily Van Halem

Knowledge Exchange Senior Manager, Community Food Centres Canada


Saturday April 8, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

1:00pm

Child and youth programming blast!

Fire up your inner speed racer! This fast-paced session will showcase program coordinators sharing their brilliant ideas in a race against the clock. Using the pecha kucha presentation style where each presenter speaks to 20 photo-based slides for 20 seconds each, it’s a fun way to hear about some inspiring projects, ideas, and innovations.

This session highlights bright ideas from child and youth programs at CFCs and GFOs. We’ll look at how programming is helping kids and teens engage in important issues while getting their hands dirty or cooking up a storm!

Saturday April 8, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
TBA

1:00pm

Lights, camera, impact: How to use video to communicate your mission even when you don't have a lot of time or money

Want to use video to engage people in your mission, but worry you don't have the time, money, or expertise? Don't worry, we've got your back. Part case study, part interactive workshop, this session will provide examples of how the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre has used video to engage volunteers, communicate your impact, and thank donors, and how you can create your own impactful videos without spending a fortune.


Moderators
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Christina Palassio

Director of Communications, Community Food Centres Canada

Speakers
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Kim D'Eon

Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Media Personality, and CFCC Good Food Champion
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Anne-Marie McElrone

Partnership Development, Dartmouth North Community Food Centre


Saturday April 8, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

2:30pm

Break
Saturday April 8, 2017 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC community action coordinators — Meet-up
Getting down to business! Program meetings are a chance for staff at CFCs to dig deep into their work alongside colleagues from across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for Community Action Program Coordinators from CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC community chefs — Meet-up
Getting down to business! This meeting is your chance to dig deep into the work alongside chefs from CFCs across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for Chefs at CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC community kitchen staff — Meet-up
Getting down to business! This meeting is your chance to dig deep into the work alongside colleagues from CFCs across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for people community kitchen coordinators at CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC fundraising and communications — Meet-up
Getting down to business! Program meetings are a chance for staff at CFCs to dig deep into their work alongside colleagues from across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for Fundraisers and Communications staff from CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC Garden Coordinators – Meet-up
Getting down to business! This meeting is your chance to dig deep into the work alongside colleagues from CFCs across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for garden coordinators at CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC managers — Meet-up
Getting down to business! This meeting is your chance to dig deep into the work alongside managers from CFCs across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for Managers / EDs at CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

CFC market & food bank staff — Meet-up (merged with GFO meet-up)
Getting down to business! Program meetings are a chance for staff at CFCs to dig deep into their work alongside colleagues from across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for staff working on markets and food banks from CFCC's partner Community Food Centres. 

Update! Instead of a separate CFC meeting, we'll be hosting a conversation on food banks and affordable markets as part of the Good Food Organizations meet-up. If you work at a CFC in a food bank or market, we invite you to join us there.

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

FoodFit - Meet-up
Getting down to business! Program meetings are a chance to dig deep into their work alongside colleagues from across Canada. Come share your successes, challenges, and strategies for the year ahead.

This session is specifically for FoodFit grantees. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

3:00pm

Good Food Organizations — Meet-up
Bringing people together is what this Food Summit is all about! In a "world café" style, GFO members will meet fellow Good Food movement travelers from their region and from across Canada. We'll share our work, exchange ideas, and forge new connections. More details to come!

This session is for staff of member Good Food Organizations. 

Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

8:00pm

Saturday Night Social!
To cap off our first full day at the Food Summit, our Saturday night social will be a place to unwind, have fun, and mingle with fellow Summit attendees. The party starts at 8:00 with snacks and a cash bar. Plus we’ve got some fun activities in store. 

Free to attend.

Location: Studio Bar, 824 Dundas St W. (west of Bathurst St.)

Saturday April 8, 2017 8:00pm - 10:00pm
TBA
 
Sunday, April 9
 

8:30am

Breakfast
Sunday April 9, 2017 8:30am - 9:30am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

9:30am

Involving participants in program planning and improvement

Do you wish you could gather valuable feedback from participants to help you plan and adapt programs to better meet their needs? Come add some tools to your toolbox! In this interactive session we’ll share ideas of easy and approachable ways to gather participant input at key moments throughout the program cycle — from early program planning to final evaluation.


Sunday April 9, 2017 9:30am - 11:00am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

9:30am

Food bank fixer-upper

Reluctant board? Judgmental volunteers? Trouble sourcing food? Wondering what type of space you need? Can’t dispel the sense of competition for food? Can’t get people interested in the bigger picture? There are lots of food bank staff working to nudge their organizations toward a healthier, more progressive path, but there can be many obstacles encountered en route to the “better food bank.” We’ll be asking those with thorny food bank problems to bring them forward for a collective brainstorming session. Those who’ve already vanquished their obstacles are also asked to come and contribute their wisdom.


Moderators
RC

Rekha Cherian

Program Manager, Community Food Centres Canada
KS

Kathryn Scharf

COO, Community Food Centres Canada

Sunday April 9, 2017 9:30am - 11:00am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

9:30am

Nudge vs. shove: A healthy debate on shaping healthier habits

When it comes to healthy eating, lately there has been some juicy findings in health and behaviour research, slow syrup-y open consultations on revamping Canada's Food Guide, and salty commentary in the media on the various approaches to helping people find their way to the healthiest choice. From nudging folks with knowledge and shocking social marketing campaigns to taxing high-calorie soft drinks and removing the unhealthy choice from the plate of options — how should we, as "good food" champions, lead our communities down a healthier life path? We’ll dig right into the issues with a real live debate between community chefs, food-skills coordinators, and health advocates on cutting out the crappy vs. heaping on the healthy.

CFCC consultant Trace MacKay will moderate the debate and offer some background on the latest health promotion and harm reduction research.

Got some sweet ideas on swapping out the sugar? Are you ready to salt shake-up your opponent? Not afraid to take on your peers in a verbal food fight? If you would like to test your [pork] chops by participating in the Nudge vs. Shove debate, email Trace@cfccanada.ca.


 


Moderators
TM

Trace MacKay

Program Evaluation Consultant - FoodFit, Community Food Centres Canada

Speakers
avatar for Derek Barnes

Derek Barnes

Volunteer Coordinator & Community Chef, The Local Community Food Centre
MC

Megan Carrothers

Community Kitchen Manager, West Central Women's Resource Centre
EG

Erin Gionet

Food Skills Coordinator, The Alex CFC
RL

Rudeen Laing

Community Health Facilitator/volunteer Coordinator, Interfaith Food Bank
AL

Abby Legaspi

Cooking and Food Skills Programmer, NorWest Community Food Centre
avatar for Grant Mitchell

Grant Mitchell

community chef, NW Coop CFC
Community Chef, NorWest Community Food Centre


Sunday April 9, 2017 9:30am - 11:00am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

9:30am

Knowledge swap: The art and science of working with volunteers

As organizations doing community food work, the volunteers that come our way are wide-ranging — from corporate groups wanting to do good for a day, to well-intentioned middle class people wanting to contribute, to those who experience marginalization and may double as program participants. While there is room for everyone to lend a hand, an organization will do well by having clear guidelines, orientation processes, and staff trained to manage this diverse audience. Bring your insight, tools, and quandaries to this participatory session where we’ll explore how to bring in great volunteers, get them on board with your mission, and improve their skills / confidence (if that’s what they're after), all while ensuring they are contributing in helpful and tangible ways.


Sunday April 9, 2017 9:30am - 11:00am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

11:00am

Break
Sunday April 9, 2017 11:00am - 11:15am
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

11:15am

Creative tools for 21st century engagement

With civic engagement at an all time low, community activists are left searching for an antidote to the apparent apathy epidemic taking root in communities. But what if apathy is actually a misunderstanding and what's really needed is a new approach for organizing and mobilizing? Roll up your sleeves and get ready for a session that will introduce you to a variety of forward-thinking approaches to engage communities and incite action.


Speakers
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Eva Verity

Director of Creative Production, Mammalian Diving Reflex
Mammalian Diving Reflex is a performance company and research-art atelier that views innovative artistic interventions as a way to trigger generosity and equity across the universe. Using a methodology developed by Darren O’Donnell called 'social acupuncture,' Mammalian creates... Read More →


Sunday April 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

11:15am

Wide open spaces: Food security in a rural context

For those experiencing food insecurity in rural areas, the going can be particularly tough: public transit is non-existent, grocery stores are few and far between, and social services are limited. If your organization operates in a rural area or small town, then you’ll know that your context is very distinct from that of your urban colleagues — from how to connect with remote participants and deciding where to offer programs, to how you raise funds and awareness in a small and often conservative scene.


Join us for a dynamic conversation on how to do the work we do in rural areas. We invite you to come share your challenges as well as your inspiring strategies for tackling them.

Sunday April 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

11:15am

This ain't no survey: How to creatively evaluate child and youth food programs

Are you looking for fun ways to evaluate your youth programs in a way that gets the kids sharing but doesn’t feel like school? We have asked a few seasoned practitioners to share some of their favourite evaluation tools and the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Then we’ll turn the tables and ask you, the audience, which kid-friendly evaluation activities have worked well for you and which ones have flopped.


Sunday April 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

11:15am

Good Food Rules! Unpacking the meaning of good food in your community

With “good food” meaning different things to different people, running food programs rooted in “good food” can be tricky territory. In this interactive workshop we’ll explore how cultural, social, and nutritional dimensions of food influence choice. The “What is good food?” workshop is one you can bring back to your organizations and run for staff, volunteers, or other stakeholders in order to have thoughtful discussions about why you serve the food you serve and the role it can play within your community. You’ll come away with the resources you’ll need to and some practice to boot.


Speakers
LD

Linor David

Program Manager, Community Food Centres Canada
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Emily Martyn

CFC Manager, Regent Park CFC
Manager, Regent Park Community Food Centre


Sunday April 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

12:30pm

Lunch!
Sunday April 9, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
TBA

1:30pm

A script for success: How to give staff and volunteers the tools they need to become ambassadors for your organization
This session will help anyone working with volunteers, staff, and spokespeople, to identify and provide the tools those ambassadors need to confidently communicate on your organization's behalf. Strategic communications specialist Micol Zarb will share tips and tools she learned in her work at the U.N.and the Stephen Lewis Foundation for how to empower people to become effective communicators for organizations, and what tools to provide to help them stay focused and on message. 

Speakers
MZ

Micol Zarb

Strategic Communications Specialist


Sunday April 9, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
TBA

1:30pm

A wintry garden party: Activities for the off-season
The gardening season needn’t end with the fall frost. The long, cold winter months can be a time to learn seed saving/sorting, do germination tests, or plan for the season ahead. Not only that, but keeping garden activities going through the winter can be a lifeline for those experiencing loneliness and isolation. Join us for a cup of sun tea and swap your favourite off-season gardening activities with others. (We encourage you to bring resources, visuals, or tangibles if you can.)

Sunday April 9, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

1:30pm

Balancing act: How two chefs are serving up healthy meals while meeting people where they're at
When it comes to a good meal, the kitchen is always ground zero. And in the context of community food programs, it's no different. Here, the chef or cook has the challenging job of planning healthy meals that please the palates of diverse eaters — those who like spice and those who loathe it; those who like their sugar and those who need to actively regulate it; those whose bodies are still growing and those who are watching their weight. In this session, two seasoned community chefs will share how, over many meals served, they've struck a delicate balance on this tricky terrain and how they're now supporting other chefs in their community to follow suit.

Moderators
RC

Rekha Cherian

Program Manager, Community Food Centres Canada

Speakers
avatar for Norberto Caceres

Norberto Caceres

Community Chef, Regent Park CFC
Community Chef, Regent Park Community Food Centre
SM

Scott MacNeil

Community Chef, The Stop Community Food Centre


Sunday April 9, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

1:30pm

Fix My Problem #1: Health

Throughout this weekend we've talked a lot about health: how to encourage healthy eating, how to make healthy food accessibly, and how programs can support people struggling with mental health, to name a few. Chances are, though, when you return to work next week some real challneges will awaity, blocking your way to implementing what you've learned here. This workshop is a collective problem-solving event where you can bring forward an issue you're working on. A panel of experts and audience members will offer a fresh perspective and insightful experience to help you along.


Moderators
Speakers
LD

Linor David

Program Manager, Community Food Centres Canada
AL

Abby Legaspi

Cooking and Food Skills Programmer, NorWest Community Food Centre
TM

Trace MacKay

Program Evaluation Consultant - FoodFit, Community Food Centres Canada


Sunday April 9, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

1:30pm

How to talk BIG with your community
The movement for a basic income guarantee (BIG) is gaining momentum in Canada and with a pilot slated to move forward in at least one province, now's the time to expand our national base of BIG supporters. If you want to play a part in building a loud and unified voice for a progressive basic income guarantee, this session will introduce you to information, resources and activities for talking about this complex policy in your community.

Moderators
RB

Rhonda Barron

Advocacy and Policy Manager, Community Food Centres Canada
Rhonda works as Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) Advocacy and Policy Manager where she develops resources and helps to build capacity for our national network of CFCs. Prior to joining CFCC last fall, Rhonda worked as a Health Promoter at a Community Health Centre in Niagara for... Read More →

Sunday April 9, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

2:30pm

Break
Sunday April 9, 2017 2:30pm - 2:45pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

2:45pm

Summit closing session
Sunday April 9, 2017 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Hart House 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto