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Daily Bread | COVID19 Announcements

Any Post-pandemic Recovery Plan Must Include Society’s Most Vulnerable

June 2, 2020

Last month, Daily Bread Food Bank’s Vice President of Research and Advocacy, Talia Bronstein, co-authored an opinion piece for TVO titled Any Post-pandemic Recovery Plan Must Include Society’s Most Vulnerable, along with Anjum Sultana, the national director of public policy & strategic communications at YWCA Canada and Garima Talwar Kapoor, the director of policy & research at Maytree. 

Their opinion is based on the idea that investments that improve economic and social conditions will help us prepare for future crises, so it is crucial that public-health evidence drives our recovery

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada was already experiencing a public-health crisis. More than 235,000 Canadians were homeless3.2 million were living in poverty, and 4.4 million were suffering from food insecurity.

The piece highlights how Canada’s response to COVID-19 has been shaped by public-health research, evidence, and leadership, and how the road to recovery should focus on what public-health guidance tells us.

To read the full article, please click here.

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Past Announcements

New Toronto Street Food Bank Responds to the Second Lockdown

January 20, 2021

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January 8, 2021

Migrant farm workers comprise 42% of Ontario’s agricultural workers and are essential to… Read More

Daily Bread Food Bank Webinar - Beyond COVID-19: Building a Future Without Poverty

December 10, 2020

Daily Bread Food Bank released our annual Who’s Hungry report, a cornerstone of Daily Bread’s… Read More

Rising Cost of Groceries Increases Risk of Food Insecurity

December 9, 2020

According to the latest Canada Food Price Report, Canadian families can expect… Read More

Agency Spotlight: Grace Place

November 10, 2020

When COVID-19 hit Toronto, and lines of people began waiting for food in front of… Read More

Daily Bread Food Bank Meal Program Update

November 10, 2020

Part of Daily Bread Food Bank’s revised strategy to continue to meet… Read More

Updates to our New Toronto Street Food Bank

November 10, 2020

Daily Bread Food Bank believes that food is a human right and we have adopted a … Read More

What Ontario’s Fall Budget Means for Poverty Reduction

November 6, 2020

Yesterday, the Government of Ontario released their Fall 2020 budget entitled… Read More