Why millions of dollars in federal grocery subsidies haven’t lessened food insecurity in the North | CBC News

Some Iqaluit residents go to creative lengths to avoid buying food at the grocery store — where a 24-pack of bottled water can cost $29.99. Marketplace explores why people in the North still pay so much more despite the fact the grocery industry there receives millions in federal subsidies.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/business/north-food-prices-nutrition-north-marketplace-1.5074520