The Food Security Action Group (FSAG) has launched a Bruce Grey Food Assets Map. The map will help to connect organizations and businesses looking to build better food security throughout the region. Currently, the Food Assets Map includes programs and initiatives like community gardens, community meals, food banks, food education, good food boxes, meal delivery … Continue reading Grey Bruce Online Food Map is Launched; Targets Hunger and Waste Reduction
Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force and United Way of Bruce Grey Respond to the new Government of Ontario Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP) Ontario's new Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP) - to be launched in spring/summer of 2017 - will determine the direction for Ontario’s energy future for the next 20 years. In accordance with the Electricity … Continue reading Responce to the new Government of Ontario Long-Term Energy Plan
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Social Media Survey Thank you for agreeing to take part in this important survey measuring the social media use of Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force members, staff and volunteers. We will be gaining your thoughts and opinions in order to better understand the needs of our members, develop suitable training materials and continue to improve … Continue reading Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force – Social Media Survey
Planning for Living Wage Symposium on 17 October 2014 is on the Agenda for 15 August 2014 meeting. See Agenda: Agenda-PTF Income-August 2014
A variety of activities have been organized to highlight the issue of Hunger in our community. Upcoming ... The Salvation Army and Family Services and O-Share
January 20, 2014 by Steve Barnes The relationship between living in poverty and poor health is overwhelming. In Ontario, people in the lowest income group are more likely to have diabetes, heart disease, low birth weight babies, and poor mental health. Children growing up in low income neighbourhoods are more likely to be obese. The list goes on. … Continue reading Getting it right in 2014: Acting now on poverty