Arctic Food Reform Delayed

Long-promised reforms to an Arctic food subsidy must wait another year, says Northern Affairs Minister Dr. Carolyn Bennett. The department’s own research shows Northerners don’t trust the program that costs taxpayers $78.3 million annually: “What would it look like if it actually met the needs?”

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