Welcome to the mount paul community food centre
Mount Paul Community Food Centre (CFC) is operated by Interior Community Services and is a welcoming place where people come together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food for all. Community members can expand their food skills and well as increase access, literacy and education. Community members find their voices on the issues that matter to them, and people find friends and support. CFCs offer multifaceted, integrated, responsive and prevention-focused programming in a shared space where food builds health, hope, skills and community.
Mount Paul CFC is a partner site of Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC), a national organization that’s driving the development of CFCs across the country. Along with other Community Food Centres in neighbourhoods across Canada, Mount Paul CFC is increasing access to healthy food, empowering people to build food skills, and creating opportunities for people to become engaged in our community. For more on Community Food Centres Canada, visit www.cfccanada.ca.
Mondays and Thursdays between 12-1pm. Everyone is welcome for this no-cost, dine-in meal.
Affordable produce market featuring locally sourced vegetables and fruits. Open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-2 pm.
The community pantry also has frozen soups and smoothies available to take away Mon-Fri 8:30-4pm
Wednesdays from 4-6pm. A welcoming space to help foster a positive relationship with food for youth aged 13 – 19 years old. Registration required.
Youth Food Skills
Produce Boxes - Pre-packed produce boxes available each week on Tuesdays after 12 pm. Registration required.
Produce Box Program
The Mount Paul Community Food Centre is a proud partner of Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC), a national non-profit that builds health, belonging, and social justice in communities across Canada through the power of food. Click here to learn about our partner Community Food Centres.
Volunteering at the Food Centre is my favourite part of the week