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Food Security and Insecurity in New Brunswick: Portrait, Challenges, and Perspectives

Written by Azure René de Cotret :: [Monday, 04 January 2016 13:51] Last updated by Kaitie Babin :: [Wednesday, 19 August 2020 15:27]
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Year: 2016 Authors and Collaborators Pépin-Filion, Dominique (coll.); Tranchant, Carole C.; Forgues, Éric; Carrier, Natalie; LeBlanc, Caroline P.; LeBlanc, Joannie; Guignard Noël, Josée (coll.); Patenaude, Laurie-Anne; Theme New Brunswick
Food security
City: , Moncton Publishing Company: , Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities Abstract
Our study is concerned with food security in New Brunswick. The three research objectives paint a portrait of the community food security situation according to the different socio-economic, linguistic, and dietary contexts of the province’s communities; describe and evaluate the approaches used by community initiatives promoting food security; and determine measures to be taken with respect to food security.

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Media coverage:

Global News (Moncton), Global New Brunswick, « NB food banks lacking healthy options for users: study »
(Tuesday, April 26, 2016).

CTV News Atlantic (Moncton), « N.B. food banks struggling to keep up with demand  » 
(Tuesday, April 26, 2016).

Amélie Gosselin, « Des actions concrètes pour diminuer la faim au Nouveau-Brunswick », Radio-Canada (Atlantique)
(Tuesday, April 26, 2016).

CBC Television (Moncton), « New Brunswick - April 26, 2016 » (Tuesday, April 26, 2016) 
(reportage begins at 8:42 minutes).

Laura Booth, « Food banks lacking resources: report », Times & Transcript (Wednesday, April 27, 2016).

David Caron, « Insécurité alimentaire : les francophones en milieu minoritaire manquent de services », Acadie Nouvelle (Thursday April 28, 2016).

Webinar:

Dominique Pépin-Filion and Carole C. Tranchant, « Food Security and Insecurity in New Brunswick: Portrait, Challenges, and Perspectives », New Brunswick's Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Coalition. (HEPAC) (Friday, Novembre 4, 2016)