Nutrition Education

Programs that provide information concerning the basic principles of healthful eating, food handling, food preparation and shopping skills. Included is information about the basic food groups, vitamin and mineral requirements, the relationship of nutrition to the preservation of good health and the prevention of illness, and dietary choices such as vegetarianism.



This program focuses on healthy food choices for seniors.  Learn new recipes, engage with other participants, and tips for cooking. Groceries are provided.

Three week program led by diabetes educators, offered online or in person. Topics include:

Online monthly drop-in led by Registered Dietitians to provide peer support, motivation, and ongoing nutrition education. The goal of this program is to help individuals continue to build and reinforce healthy habits while practicing mindful eating and an active lifestyle. 

Offers a variety of education focused programs for children ages 6 to 12. Programs include science or STEAM clubs, art, literacy, and health and nutrition education.

Offers free programs for girls, non-binary, and gender-fluid youth, offered both in-person and virtually. Programs are designed to build leadership, self-confidence, resiliency, positive relationships, and teamwork.

Educational program available to children ages 6-12 that are interested in learning to cook, garden and physical activity.  

The Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living Program promotes a healthy lifestyle by providing programs that supports improved overall health through increased physical fitness, smoking reduction, and healthy eating education.

Offers both traditional and contemporary approaches to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, including on-site training and consultations.

Provides equitable access to knowledge, programs, and services that mitigate and prevent the development of chronic diseases and conditions.

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Provides community support and case management services to pregnant and parenting youth.

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Aims to educate new mothers on healthy interactions with their babies through prenatal classes, nutrition counselling, and postnatal home visits. The program includes:

Meets twice a month in a kitchen setting to plan and cook affordable meals, and learn and share skills helpful in budgeting, shopping, and preparation of healthy food. The initiative is aimed to address food access, reduce social isolation, and to engage and build capacity in the community. 

A 9-week program designed to help low-income individuals and families learn nutritious meal planning and budgeting on a limited income.

Provides learning opportunities that help participants develop skill and confidence in the kitchen, and learn about choice and preparation of diabetes friendly food. Topics include:

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