A Portrait of the Food Industry Relating to Residents of the Lower North Shore : January 2005 to March 2007
The project entitled “A Portrait of the Food Industry relating to residents of the Lower North Shore” is sponsored by Health Canada under the Population Health Fund. The Coasters Association, Health Canada and its partners have joined forces to increase collaboration, communication and information concerning food security aimed at
developing an “A Healthy Alternative Lifestyle” for the residents of the Lower North Shore. The partners have been looking at ways to ensure that citizens on the Lower North Shore have access to affordable, safe, and nutritious foods, as well as promoting education on healthy eating habits, making good food choices and the benefits of being active. Thus, a greater understanding of the different avenues to increase the accessibility
of nutritional food and educating the population on making healthy lifestyle choices is necessary if there is to be any change in the health status of the Lower North Shore population.
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Parallel title : "A Healthy Alternative Lifestyle"
Fequet Griffin, Priscilla, and Jocelyne Jones. A Portrait of the Food Industry Relating to Residents of the Lower North Shore : January 2005 to March 2007. Coasters, March 2007.
Contributing CKOL partner