Chaleur Eat Fresh
Chaleur Eat Fresh is a not-for-profit community initiative that aims to improve the health and well-being of residents of the Chaleur Region by providing fresh, quality and affordable fruits and vegetables.
Each month, this organization offers bags of fruits and vegetables for $15. These bags are available every 2nd Wednesday of the month and you must order your bag before the 1st Wednesday of each month. The contents of these bags vary but always include onions, potatoes and apples. Other foods vary from month to month but bananas, oranges and carrots are likely to be found very often.
For information on this organization or to find out how to order your grocery bag:
The Chaleur Community Inclusion Network offers a home transportation service to seniors, low-income earners, families and students residing in the Chaleur and area communities.
For more information, contact the CTC:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (506) 545- 0369
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Call 211 to find community services, such as:
- Non-emergency police number
- Food banks
- Walk-in Clinic
- Alzheimer Support
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- Meals on wheels
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- Disability Support Programs
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