Stones of Support


 Food insecurity in remote, Indigenous communities remains several times higher than in more urban areas in Canada. Food insecurity is a common barrier for families to provide healthy meal options. True North Aid is proud to support sustainable food programs across the north, including providing families access to traditional and cultural food.

  • Siksika Chicken Project, Alberta
  • From Bag to Bannock, Flour Project
  • Fish for Elders, Whitedog FN, ON
  • Ebb and Flow Food Bank, MB
  • Eabametoong FN Seed Project, ON
  • nelson house food projects
    Country Food Program, Nelson House, MB

    Our Projects

    Supporting Food

    Currently, True North Aid is supporting food sovereignty through programs such as From Bag to Bannock, the Ebb & Flow Food Bank, Siksika Chicken Program, Community Nutrition in Wuskwi Siphik and the Healthy Eating Programs. 

    This Stone fulfills the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Article 21.
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    Indigenous peoples have the right, without discrimination, to the improvement of their economic and social conditions, including, interalia, in the areas of education, employment, vocational training and retraining, housing, sanitation, health and social securityperforming arts and literature.