Families Priced Into Poverty

Groceries are so expensive Canada’s poverty rate is expected to rise this spring, says a Department of Social Development briefing note. Ongoing food inflation sees Canadians pay an extra 14 percent or more year over year for basic groceries like hamburger and peanut butter: “As food prices increase poverty thresholds are likely to follow.”

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