The following links provide documents and discussion papers about food-related policies and their development.
Please feel free to send your suggestions or contributions to info[at]FoodNetOntario.ca.
Cutting Through the Red Tape: A Resource Guide for Local Food Policy Practitioners & Organizers
Food and Health: Advancing the Policy Agenda
Workshop Materials are available at Agri-Food @ Ivey, a research unit under the Chair of Agri-Food Innovation and Regulation at the Richard Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario. This workshop focussed on the development of an integrated health and food policy framework, relating national health and economic prosperity to food.
Bringing Local Food Home: Legal, Regulatory and Institutional Barriers to Local Food [PDF], Maureen Carter-Whitney, Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy, December 2008
Building Assets in Low-income Communities through Co-operatives: A Policy Framework
(English | French)
2004, Canadian Co-operative Association -This policy framework is a product of the Building Community Assets – The Co-op Advantage project. It has been developed to encourage and assist potential partners to work together through a concerted, long-term, and coordinated effort.