The Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSofBC) wants to better understand the needs and perspectives of newcomers to Canada about food, nutrition, diet and food security in order to inform future programs and services. Students working on this project will interview ISSofBC clients and develop materials, resources and worksheets for future workshops based on the results. Interviewing will take place on flexible learning days in the general area of the Edmonds Community Resource Centre in Burnaby, accessible by several buses. This project is especially relevant for students majoring in food and the environment or food, nutrition and health and/or who want to learn more about food cultures, food security, and food sovereignty. For this project, you need to be able to work with marginalized people in an inclusive manner. Throughout the project, you’ll learn about the challenges of food security/access faced by newcomers to Canada and will have the opportunity to contribute to the design of support programs.