No one should have to make the choice between paying their rent or buying food, but as unemployment increases due to COVID-19, and food costs continue to rise, that’s what’s happening. Many families are struggling to keep food on the table and children need support to make sure they are nourished and ready to learn. To help support children in need, click here.
- Toronto student nutrition programs face ‘critical year’ due to rising food prices | CBC News
- Child Hunger a Major Concern as Canadians Hit by Soaring Food Prices | CTV News
- As inflation rages, beware ‘shrinkflation’: Objects on the grocery shelves may be smaller than they appear, Canadian experts warn | Toronto Star
- No one should have to choose between a decent home and going hungry | Toronto Star
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