This research article by Barbara Parker and Mario Koeppel confirms that a universal cost-shared healthy school food program is needed in Canada. This integrative approach to food extends our understanding of food beyond charity, and opens up conversations about food as a human right. Its analysis shows the need to go beyond a health or nutrition school food program and consider integrative food pedagogies which will promote social and environmental food justice in the school food environment. Also Check out some of our latest posts: Impact of COVID-19 on Hawker Culture in Singapore by Lynne Chia: Organization Highlight: Seva Food Bank “This Diwali: Let’s share our light with others and help feed those who need it!” By Yusra Khalid: ONLINE EVENT – Feeding the City, Pandemic and Beyond: Women Farmers on COVID-19 and Food Sovereignty: