Broadway Neighbourhood Centre’s Kids Cooking program demonstrates kids often choose healthy foods if given the option.
Sometimes what it takes to understand something on this scale is to see its effects on the health of a single person or a community.
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“Meals for kids is more than a meal. It’s basically to connect with the kids, get to know them better; they can share with us what is going on in their lives.”
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Spence neighbourhood kids make and enjoy healthier options at Cooking Club, just one of the programs that build a sense of belonging and ownership among kids downtown.