The University of Saskatchewan, Government of British Columbia, and Government of Manitoba have each announced initiatives to ensure that Indigenous students have access to nutritious food during the school day. A research project at USask will focus on the development and testing of a harmonized national food program. The project will focus on schools in Saskatoon and in nine reserve communities in northern Saskatchewan. BC recently invested $60M to expand school meal programs across the province: Districts will ensure that school communities, including local First Nations and Indigenous organizations, have their needs met. MB similarly announced that it would be investing an additional $1.3M to the Child Nutrition Council of Manitoba, which supports school divisions across the province, to ensure that children are well-nourished for their days of classroom learning.