Détails d'une promesse

We will work with northern and remote communities to ensure that the Nutrition North program is more transparent, effective, and accountable to northerners and other Canadians.

Trudeau polimetre - 2015
Promesse en voie de réalisation ou partiellement réalisée

Real Change: A New Plan For a Strong Middle Class (page 22)


March 19, 2019 - "To address the higher cost of nutritious food in the Arctic, in the 2018 Fall Economic Statement the Government announced new investments in the Nutrition North Canada program. This ongoing investment will support several program changes, and introduces a new Harvesters Support Grant to help lower the high costs associated with traditional hunting and harvesting activities. In addition, as part of a National Food Policy, Budget 2019 proposes to provide the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency with $15 million, over five years, starting in 2019–20, to establish a Northern Isolated Community Initiatives Fund. This fund will support community-led projects for local and Indigenous food production systems. " - Investing in the Middle Class, Budget 2019-2020, p.101 - Government of Canada

December 10, 2018How Nutrition North Canada works - Government of Canada

December 10, 2018 - "Following extensive engagement with Northern and Indigenous partners, community members and key stakeholders, the Government of Canada is taking action to tackle the high cost of food for people living in isolated northern communities. As of January 1, 2019, these improvements will include: -A fully revised subsidized foods list, which includes a focus on northern staples and family-friendly items; -A new highest-level subsidy rate specifically for milk, frozen fruit, frozen vegetables, infant formula, and infant food; and -An increase to the two current subsidy rates to help further lower cost of perishable, nutritious food. " - Government of Canada announces improvements to Nutrition North Canada including support for country food - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)

August 07, 2017 - "There were 63 interviews completed as a part of this engagement" - Nutrition North Canada Engagement 2016: Final report of what we heard - Government of Canada

January 12, 2016 - "Carolyn Bennett, the federal minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, kicked off her promised Nutrition North Canada consultations Jan. 9 with a meeting in the Northwest Territories community of Norman Wells. “This first meeting marks the important work I’ve been mandated to undertake, along with the minister of health, to expand and improve the NNC program,” Bennett said in a statement. [...] That work is in line with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s mandate letter to Bennett late last year which instructs her to “work with the Minister of Health to update and expand the Nutrition North program, in consultation with Northern communities. It also reflects a Liberal election promise to increase Nutrition North’s annual budget by $40 million over four years and to bring northerners into the process of revamping the program." - INAC minister Bennett starts Nutrition North consultations - Nunatsiaq Online


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