who we are

what we do


We help build a just and sustainable food system by working with Toronto's diverse young communities to find solutions to food insecurity. We then raise awareness of these issues through our seat at the Toronto Food Policy Council, by making deputations at City Hall, or through our advocacy work with other food justice organizations.


We mobilize youth to create change through our online network, at bi-monthly community meetings, by providing an opportunity for youth to build upon their food activism by becoming a council member, by connecting with youth throughout the city, and by facilitating committee work.


We engage youth in food policy work by facilitating Food Policy 101 workshops at schools and community groups, by providing youth an opportunity to become community members and attend meetings on local food policy issues, and by providing a platform for youth to share their academic and creative work in a youth food journal.

Latest news

TYFPC Statement on the 2019 Election and Federal Food Policy

For Immediate Release    2019 Federal Election – Reducing food insecurity in Canada takes impact, not intent On October 21st, 2019, the Liberal Party was re-elected for a second term in Canada, forming a minority federal government. In response to a questionnaire distributed by Food […]

Eat, Feel, Create

On Monday, February 4th the TYFPC hosted a community meeting at Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre (PARC) on Youth, Mental Health, and Food called Eat, Feel, Create. The event featured an interactive and engaging panel discussion with Cleopatra Myers, The Stop Community Food Centre, Natalie Bousteaud, […]

A Glimpse into the Struggle for Food Sovereignty in Canada

On October 13 and 14, 2017, The TYFPC’s Advocacy Co-Lead.  Katherine Yee, attended an Indigenous Food Sovereignty Gathering at Artscape’s Gibraltar Point, organized by FoodShare Toronto.   Food builds community, nourishes our bodies, and allows people to express themselves. In an urban centre like Toronto, […]

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