APTN National News
Nunavut faces the highest grocery costs in the country. So, it probably comes as no surprise that plenty of people in the territory simply can’t afford to eat.
Now, that problem is growing into a crisis.
70 percent of Inuit families in Nunavut are food insecure, which is eight times higher than the national rate.
A $20,000 shortfall in the capitol’s food bank could mean a hungry spring for some Iqaluit families in 2017.