The National Canada’s Food Guide Committee (NCFGC)

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Want to help shape Canada’s narrative on healthy eating? If you love food, can’t stop talking about it or you love taking that perfect shot for TikTok or Insta… this committee is for you! The Students Commission of Canada is supporting Health Canada to establish a National Committee for Canada's Food Guide. Whether you’re a master chef in the kitchen, or you order-in most nights, we want you!

The National Canada’s Food Guide Committee (NCFGC) is made of people between the ages of 12-25 from every province and territory in Canada. The NCFGC is brought together to learn about and provide input on healthy eating promotion, and to ensure our efforts targeting youth are relevant. The group represents not only geographic diversity but is also inclusive of a variety of diverse lived experiences and identities. We strive to encourage and support recruitment from a variety of diverse backgrounds including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family status, and/or diverse abilities.


  • Lead engagement activities with peers from your community!
  • Provide your input on the Canada Food Guide resources and initiatives!
  • Advise Health Canada on educational and awareness activities!

Those Interested in Applying for the committee should be….

· Between the ages of 12 and 25

· Currently living in one of Canada’s provinces or territories

· Interested in learning and influencing your community to learn about Canada’s food guide

Here is a video explaining the committee

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Please note: A Resume is not required to apply! Please upload a blank word document to bypass this in the system. :)

Time Commitment

The National Canada’s Food Guide Committee meets as a group monthly on the third Tuesday of every month from 6:30pm - 8:30pm ET (Eastern Standard Time). You will also have the opportunity to meet with your team members in between meetings. With a mix of meetings, check-in and workshops you can expect to commit up to 5h/month and receive $75 per month.


February 28th, 2022

About Us

The Students Commission of Canada (SCC) is a charitable organization that purposefully works with others to ensure that young people are valued, heard and their ideas for improving themselves, the lives of their peers and communities are put into action. We are the lead organization for the Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement (CEYE) which is a network of youth, organizations, and academics focused on generating evidence and best practices on youth engagement programs, initiatives, and interventions. CEYE has developed a youth engagement definition for the Canadian context as well as a comprehensive youth engagement framework. The SCC is grounded in our four pillars: Respect, Listen, Understand, Communicate™.

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After you have submitted your application please schedule and interview at the link provided here!