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The federal government needs to invest more money into its Northern food subsidy program, according to an internal Aboriginal Affairs study.
On the streets of Iqaluit, Nutrition North and the Rankin Inlet dump are the talk of the town.
The Harper government isn’t taking the lead on a program meant to help feed Northern families.
Nunavut reacted to the Auditor General’s report on the controversial Nutrition North program.
Nutrition North is the food subsidy for the Arctic, the government program that is supposed to help remote Nunavut communities.
Nunavut has another action plan ready to go to get people there eating healthy foods.