What will it take to solve food insecurity in Canada?

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Much of the work underpinning DC’s work on establishing a position and recommendations to address food insecurity has been informed by the work of PROOF, a CIHR-funded 5 year research project seeking to identify attributes of effective policy approaches to improve household food security in Canada.

Valerie Tarasuk, Professor in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto, shares PROOF’s findings of personal and societal costs of this major Canadian public health problem, identify key policy levers, and build the business case for more effective interventions to address food insecurity. 

Speaker:

Valerie Tarasuk, PhD, Professor in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto in Toronto, ON.

Length: 1h 38min

Last Updated: December 7, 2015

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