The cost of food is increasing, and families will start seeing higher grocery bills starting as early as next month. Throughout 2022, the cost of fruit will rise by 5%, dairy by 6%, and vegetables by 7%. For families already on a tight budget, food affordability is a serious concern. Student Nutrition Programs give children consistent access to nourishing food, no matter what, but programs are also feeling the price increases. To help keep children fed, click here.
- Demand for tutors outpacing supply | CBC News
- Tutoring is helping kids catch up — but there aren’t enough spaces for students in need | CBC News
- Food costs for family of four to jump by $1,000 in 2023: report | Global News
- Food bank usage across Canada hit all time high, nearly 1.5M visits in March: report | Global News
- Food keeps getting more expensive even as overall inflation slows | CBC News