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Eat Think Vote has come to an end. We are so unbelievably grateful for everything Canadians did to make the Eat Think Vote campaign a huge success! The numbers really speak for themselves as to what we accomplished together.

From Iqaluit to Quebec City, Vancouver to Halifax we worked together as one to tell our politicians that ‘good food for all’ does matter to voters.

Food Secure Canada is delighted that Prime Minister Trudeau has made the mandate letters of Ministers public. We are particularly pleased with the language in the mandate letter sent to the Honourable Laurence MacAuley, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, who is instructed to:

"Develop a food policy that promotes healthy living and safe food by putting more healthy, high-quality food, produced by Canadian ranchers and farmers, on the tables of families across the country"

 

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Whether you voted for the Liberals, Conservatives, NDP, Greens, Bloc or none of the above, the election results are a reason to be optimistic for the future of food policy in Canada. Let’s take a look at where the new Canadian government stands on Canada’s most pressing food issues. 

The numbers speak for themselves: 68 Eat Think Vote events across Canada, 158 candidates attended, 4461 participants, and millions reached through radio, television, newspapers and social media. We are so unbelievably grateful for everything Canadians did to make the Eat Think Vote campaign a huge success. This look back on...

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