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EEffective immediately, Public Health Services’ Food and Water Safety Program staff are involved in responding to the COVID-19 emergency and are currently not conducting food handler education courses at this time. Public Health Services will respond to food and water emergencies only during this time. This change in service is expected to remain in place until further notice.
The City of Hamilton inspects restaurants and other food premises for safe food handling practices to protect residents from foodborne illness. They issue and post a red, yellow or green card at the entrance for all food premises in Hamilton so residents can check their status. You can:
- Learn about the restaurant inspection program
- Check the inspection results for food premises in Hamilton;
- Report foodborne illness or unsafe food handling at a restaurant
- Check convictions and orders for food premises in Hamilton
Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods from the four food groups of Canada’s Food Guide to feel good and maintain your health. To learn about healthy eating and food preparation:
- Book a presentation or food demonstration by the Community Food Advisors
- Find out how you can start a cooking club in your community or school
- Attend a free session on feeding your baby, 0 - 12 months, and making baby food
- Attend a free session on feeding young children, age one to six years
- Speak to a Registered Dietitian by calling Telehealth Ontario. Toll-free: 1-866-797-0000 Toll-free TTY: 1-866-797-0007
- View Canada’s Food Guide
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