food insecurity

Good Times Diner pivots to take-out meals during pandemic

The ASUS Good Times Diner is hosting its first community dinner on Sunday—now as take-out.Continue...

Social services must continue improving post-pandemic

During the pandemic, social services are more important than ever. As we adjust to our new ‘normal,’ we shouldn’t forget that.Continue...

AMS Food Bank reopens after closing due to COVID-19

The AMS Food Bank reopened on June 22 to provide students with access to food resources through contactless pick-up.Continue...

Kingston post-secondary students receive fresh food boxes through nationwide program

The Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) has collaborated with Meal Exchange to secure fresh food boxes for students across the Kingston community.Continue...

COVID-19 increasing food insecurity among students and Kingston community

A number of local services have adapted their operations to provide the community with greater support as COVID-19 increases food insecurity on Queen’s campus and in the greater Kingston area.Continue...

Report finds food insecurity among female-identified graduate students, international students

Female-identified graduate students with family responsibilities are the most likely to experience food insecurity at Queen’s, a recent report found.

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At Senate, Queen’s says no exchange in Hong Kong next term

At its last meeting of 2019, Queen’s Senate wrapped up discussion about the fall term break and food insecurity, moving into discussion about issues that will likely dominate the winter term.Continue...

University to publish report this fall addressing campus food insecurity

The University has formed a working group to address food insecurity in the Queen’s community, according to Tom Harris, interim provost and vice-principal (Academic).Continue...

First Senate meeting of the year addresses enrollment, food insecurity and OSAP

On Oct. 1, Queen’s Senate kicked off its first meeting of the school year with Principal Patrick Deane’s opening remarks.Continue...

Canada’s food guide amplifies student health concerns

It’s difficult to prioritize fresh-pressed juice and other healthy alternatives when you’re thinking about where your next meal is coming from.Continue...

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