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2018-1016

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In this week's feature article, the Healthy Kids Resource Centre shares what they learned as a result of working in partnership to support Health Kids Community Challenges, preserving their story as the funding for Ontario’s health promotion resource centres comes to a close.

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volume: 
2018
number: 
1016
pubdate: 
20180316
published: 
eid: 
1026

New Report—What’s Your Recipe for a Better Food System? Final Report: Civil Society engagement towards A Food Policy for Canada, July to September 2017, Food Secure Canada

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Between July 15 and September 30 last year, Food Secure Canada (FSC) worked with community groups to organize 23 in-person events and 4 web sessions. Canadians across the country discussed what's important for them in the food system, and gave their input for the upcoming Food Policy for Canada. FSC's report on what we heard was released March 12.

What we learned about working in partnership: an article from the Healthy Kids Resource Centre

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I Background
II Development of the partnership
III Key Outcomes of the HKRC
IV Key Learnings

Submitted by the Healthy Kids Resource Centre

I Background

The Healthy Kids Resource Centre (HKRC) is a collaboration formed at the request of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) to support the implementation of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge.

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