Canada’s Food Guide
Provides food guidelines for healthy eating for children, teens, men and women. It recommends how much food you need every day and what foods are best for you, and it explains the benefits of eating well.
Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide - First Nations, Inuit and Métis
Offers a new tailored food guide adapted to reflect traditions and food choices of First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
Government of the Northwest Territories – Health and Social Services
Publications – NWT Food Guide
Download the guide in PDF format.
Provides facts on healthy eating, tips on meal planning and new recipes to try. Also includes tools that will help you track your eating habits and a link for finding a dietitian.
Empowers Canadians of all ages to improve their health by eating more veggies and fruit. It provides simple and practical ways to add them to every meal and snack.
Canadian Partnership for Consumer Food Safety Education
Focuses on handling food safely at home. Includes 4 steps to fight foodborne disease (diseases that are carried or transmitted to humans by food containing harmful substances) and bacteria.
Provides information on the link between diet and cancer. Highlights include a recipe corner, nutrition guidelines for cancer survivors and a nutrition hotline.
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Promotion
Nutrition and Physical Activity
Highlights the importance of nutrition and physical activity to maintain good health.