We must seize the solution to food inflation and health-care shortages at our fingertips
Given the clear link between food insecurity and poorer mental and physical health outcomes, it is imperative that we address food inflation and health-care shortages in tandem.
Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough speaks to reporters in the West Block on June 2. One way the federal government can help reduce labour shortage-related food inflation is to expand the Foreign Credential Recognition Program for the agri-food sector and recognize the skills and credentials we may already have here, writes Michael Graydon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade