Food Action Hub

Welcome to the Food Action Hub!

The hub makes it simple to collaborate and take action towards food security.

Whether you are just starting to learn about food security work or have dedicated your whole life to it, there is a place here for you.

📚 Access our growing library of resources and support

🤝 Connect with a community of engaged individuals and organizations

🗨 Engage in an ongoing dialogue as part of the larger food security conversation

Let’s work towards a food secure Manitoba together.

When connecting with other hub members, follow the guidelines below.

We are constantly monitoring the comments and posts that members add, but we trust that members are respectful and supportive even when we are not looking and they connect through private messaging.

Please report inappropriate use of the hub as you witness it by messaging us here. We will be removing members that do not follow the guidelines.


Be supportive. Respect and encourage your fellow members.

Share generously. Your stories and experiences may be exactly what another member needs to hear today to solve a problem or seize an opportunity.

Be constructive. We are here to push each other forward and lift each other up. Find ways to help each other think bigger, reframe challenges, and stay curious.

Don’t spam or troll. This network exists to help all of us learn. It’s not a place to spam or bully anyone else.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns related to these guidelines.

We are really glad that you are here.

Thank you for your commitment to work towards a food secure Manitoba!

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The hub is hosted by Food Matters Manitoba staff

As an agency, our role is to be a bridge between community leaders, government representatives, decision and policy makers, academics, and participants in the food security movement. We see this bridge as a shared conversation of the sector, as community voices demanding policy reform and system change.

Our role is to ensure that this shared conversation reflects the true experience of the food security community.

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