Food and Nutrition in Canada Introduction There is a strong need to increase the health care of Canadians all across the country. This includes a focus on nutrition, a reduction in obesity and attention to organic food and healthier food in schools for children. The increased emphasis on adopting healthier lifestyles for Canadian citizens has, in recent years, moved up to the federal administrative level with new initiatives meant to counter rising levels of poor nutrition in children which leads to obesity, childhood diabetes and other nutrition-related disease across Canada and British Columbia. This paper will examine food and nutrition in Canada as a policy issue, with attention to the problem of policy in that some citizens don’t...The end:
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