Promoting healthy populations is a collective effort.
And food is better when shared.

Funding sources
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Australian National Health and Medical Research Council
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Health Canada Office of Nutrition Policy and Promotion
Japan Foundation
Kyoto University Foundation
Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development
National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health
Public Health Agency of Canada

Collaborators and partners
Monash University
Ecology Action Centre
Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada
Eastern Health
Food First Newfoundland and Labrador
FLEdGE: Food, Locally Embedded, Globally Engaged
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Menzies School of Health Research
Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador
Office of Public Engagement, Memorial University
PROOF: Food Insecurity Policy Research
Propel Centre for Population Health Impact, University of Waterloo
School of Public Health, University of Alberta
Toronto Food Strategy, Toronto Public Health


Have a great idea for collaboration?

Email or tweet at me with your thoughts. I am always on the lookout for ideas on and tools for policy innovation and stories about great small food stores that are making a difference in your community.

Work and student opportunities will be posted through the websites of my university affiliations when they arise.