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posted by Robert DeVet in on nov. 3, 2013 - View profile


Food Security Brunch & Learn

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- 12:30pm
Mercredi Novembre 13 2013

Venue: Bloomfield Centre
Address: 2786 Agricola Street
Cost: Free

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Join us for an interactive conversation on food security, one of the key social determinants of health. This event will provide insight into some of the work being done on improving food security in Nova Scotia. It will also offer an opportunity to connect and network with others and to get more involved in the area. 


9:30 Refreshments

9:40 Introduction to the Social Ecological Model of Behaviour Change & Food Security

9:40 – 11:20 Case studies from organizations working to enact change at various levels

11:30 – 12:30 Creative and action-orientated conversations on areas of concern


Space is limited, so please book in advance and bring confirmation of booking with you to the event.

Please note that we intend to film the event and make the videos available online afterwards, along with a summary of the discussions and presentations.

If you have any special dietary requirements you would like us to account for please let us know at hpc@dal.ca.



Due to demand the event has moved to the Bloomfield Centre at 2786 Agricola St Halifax, NS B3K 4E1. The centre is inbetween Robie St. and Agricola St, by the junction with Almon St.   


FREE parking is available at the centre, but spaces are limited. There are great public transport links to the Bloomfield Centre from Halifax, with numerous bus routes stopping just outside on Robie St..

Have questions about Food Security Brunch & Learn? Contact Health Promotion Clearinghouse

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