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Income solutions such as a basic income guarantee, a living wage and social assistance rates geared to the real cost of living are needed so that everyone has the money they need for basic needs, including food.
 
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Learn more about why No Money for Food is...Cent$less.

 
Spread the word
  • Talk about the problem of food insecurity at your dinner table tonight
  • Share this link to No Money for Food is...Cent$less on social media http://bit.ly/2DRKYoK
  • Advocate for income solutions to food insecurity in your place of worship, school, workplace or local service club.  
          
Ask a Candidate
 
Will you be attending a local all candidates' debate in advance of the municipal elections October 22, 2018? Or, will you be speaking with a candidate for mayor or municipal council? If so, here are some questions you can ask:  
  • Household food insecurity is a situation where an individual or family does not have enough money to buy food because they are struggling financially.  In Ontario, 1 in 8 households experiences food insecurity (use local food insecurity rate if available). What steps do you think Council could take to reduce food insecurity in the municipality/region/city?
  • What actions could Council take that could mean local residents struggling with food insecurity have more money for food? 
  • Do you support a basic income guarantee?

Food Insecurity in Ontario’s Communities – alPHa Municipal Elections 2018 Priority