Weston youth fight local food insecurity through Culinary Arts Program

Youth prepare meals inside Frontlines kitchen.
Youth prepare meals for Weston locals inside Frontlines kitchen.

Frontlines, a youth charity in Weston, is running a unique program that teaches 18-to-29-year-olds how to cook for community members.

That’s why one Weston-based organization is taking a creative approach to fighting food insecurity by teaching cooking skills to local youth.

Residents in the northwest Toronto neighbourhood struggle with a lack of food. In 2021, over 6,200 people accessed food banks in Toronto’s York South-Weston riding, according to Feed Ontario, the province’s largest collective of hunger-relief organizations.

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