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ITK president Obed says he and Minister LeBlanc have pledged ‘new course’ on Nutrition North redesign

By Jolson Lim      

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami president Natan Obed and Northern Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc recently met to discuss Nutrition North, in what both called a 'productive meeting.'

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami president Natan Obed is pictured at a first ministers' meeting in December 2016. Mr. Obed says he and Northern Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc have pledged to set a new course on Nutrition North's redesign. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Months after major Inuit organizations walked out of departmental consultations on revamping the northern food subsidy program, one Inuit leader says he and the new minister for northern affairs have “pledged to set a new course” on the program’s redesign.

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