Healthy food. happy people.

CHEP works with children, families and communities to improve access to good food and promote food security.

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seedy saturday

We hope to see you at Seedy Saturday on March 9th at St. Mary’s Wellness & Education Centre. Click below for more information.


CHEP Sprouts Day Camp aims to teach children about food, nature, and community through enjoyable hands-on gardening, cooking, and natural experiences.


Our programs are open to everyone. We focus on helping the community access fresh food, learn more about nutrition, and build skills in cooking or gardening.

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Our work is made possible by the generous support of funders, sponsors, businesses, partner organizations and wonderful individuals in our community and province.


CHEP Good Food works on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional lands of many Indigenous peoples including the Cree (Nehiyaw), Saulteaux (Nakawe), Dene, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Living and working on this land obliges CHEP to interrogate how access to food and land has been severed, and work collaboratively towards a just, sustainable relationship to the land for all.