When it comes to food security in the North, Inuit need a seat at the table
By Conservative Senator Dennis PattersonOct. 31, 2018
Canada cannot dictate to the North what healthy and nutritious food is as it reforms Nutrition North Canada.
Members of the Senate’s Special Arctic Committee, chaired by Dennis Patterson, right, pictured with deputy chair Patricia Bovey, middle, went on a fact-finding mission in the North in September to hear from people on the ground. Photograph courtesy of the Senate of Canada
No one can survive without food.
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