See Public’s Priced To Poverty

Food inflation is so persistent it threatens to reverse gains in the national poverty rate, says the Department of Social Development. The average 11 percent annual increase in checkout prices “could impact poverty rates” for years to come, said a department memo: “Food will be reflected in Canada’s poverty rates.”

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