Vegetables and fruits with a sandwich in 3 boxes

Healthy meals for back-to-school

Consuming a range of wholesome foods from each of the five food groups is the key to good nutrition. Eating foods from each of the following dietary groups will help your body get all the vitamins and nutrients it needs to function. Dairy or a dairy substitute: These foods are great providers of calcium, which is necessary for strong, healthy bones. Fruit: Fruits are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, and phytonutrients, […]

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4 indigenous people standing

Meet the Toronto Indigenous Cancer Program Team!

The Indigenous Cancer Program (ICP) supports Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) patients and families accessing Cancer Care in Toronto. Supporting Indigenous people in cancer care is important because Indigenous peoples experience barriers to culturally safe care and continue to experience racism when accessing health care services which can be traumatic. Indigenous peoples also have

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Drift wood planter created by Green Ambassador Nina

Creative Corner

The Corner@240 is known for being a space of innovation and craft. Check out the amazing projects that staff and community members have worked on! Amazing quilt design by community member Beautiful mural of an Indigenous Jingle Dancer Community library Fish tank blender created by 240 staff, Charmine Drift wood planter created by Green Ambassador

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A Woman selling green vegetable in a food market

Food for Good Market Greens

On July 6th 2022, Sherbourne Health’s Food for Good™ Market Greens opened its doors at The Corner @ 240. The aim of this program is to make vegetables and fruit more accessible to community members throughout the year. The market also aims to build the capacity of its customers by offering nutrition education opportunities. You can

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