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Everything You Need to Know About the Provincial Election on June 2

May 13, 2022

On June 2, Ontarians will head to the polls to elect our next Premier. Find out how to register, who your candidates are and what you need to bring with… Read More

Federal Budget 2022

April 8, 2022

Read highlights from the recent Federal Budget with input from leaders in the non-profit sector across Ontario… Read More

 

Historic Childcare Agreement Reached

March 27, 2022

On Sunday, March 27th, Ontario signed a historic $10.2 billion childcare deal with the Federal Government… Read More

 

Increase in Food Bank Visits Directly Associated with Government Policies: New Report

March 24, 2022

A new report by the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary shows food bank visits rise with increases in rent, fall with increases in minimum wage and… Read More

 

Spotlight: Gretchen Daniels, Chief Financial Officer at Daily Bread Food Bank Featured in Pivot Magazine

March 18, 2022

Gretchen Daniels, CFO of Daily Bread Food Bank sat down with Pivot Magazine to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Food Banks and their fight to end hunger… Read More

 

CBC's TallBoyz Compete on Family Feud Canada, Win $10K for Daily Bread

February 3, 2022

Last month, we cheered on Team TallBoyz as they went to battle on Family Feud Canada to win $10K for the charity of their choice. Read More

 

Daily Bread CEO Deputes at Toronto’s Budget Committee

January 25, 2022

On January 25, CEO Neil Hetherington deputed in front of the City of Toronto’s Budget Committee to bring forward recommendations to tackle poverty and food insecurity. Read More

 

Weekly Community Meal Program

January 12, 2022

Daily Bread Food Bank launched a weekly community meal program on November 25, 2021—running every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Read More

 

Food Price Inflation: What Does It Mean for Low-Income Households?

December 17, 2021

In 2021, food prices increased by 3-5% among various categories, and Canada’s Food Price Report predicts food prices will rise by 5-7% in 2022. Read More