Foods 9/10: You are What You Eat
The Government of Canada health website includes information on food label requirements and buying food grown or prepared in Canada. Also learn how to understand food labels and report a labeling concern.
The Agriculture section of the Canadian Encyclopedia includes accessible articles on various topics related to the Canadian Food Industry, such as "local food movements", "organic agriculture", and "agriculture and food policy". Enter your keyword(s) in the search box, or browse through the main topics on the left hand column.
Better Business Bureau: A list of West Vancouver businesses that you can consult for your primary research (i.e. Interview). Click on the drop down menu to search through the business categories, such as: baking, catering, chocolate retail, food products, grocery food, wholesale, restaurants etc.
The Government of Canada Agriculture and Agri-Food Website has a wealth of information of all food-related issues. Do a site-specific search by typing in your keyword into the search box, ex. workers' rights.
Another website published by the government of Canada is eatCanadian.ca, which promotes foods grown and produced in our country. Includes videos on various food industries, information about specific foods, and many recipes featuring Canadian ingredients.