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.
Learn more about why No Money for Food is...Cent$less.
- Food insecurity is a serious public health problem. 1 in 8 Ontario households is food insecure. PROOF Food Insecurity Policy Research
Income solutions are needed to reduce food insecurity. ODPH Position Statement on Responses to Food Insecurity
Food insecure individuals of all ages are likely to have poorer health - including poorer mental health. The Impact of Food Insecurity on Health
- Food insecurity is not a result of poorer budgeting or food skills. It's about not having enough money for food. Food Procurement, Food Skills & Food Insecurity
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