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Growing hunger and food banks in rich Canada. Is it Karma?

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Message Mohammad Ala

Food bank use is growing, particularly among working people. So with more people in need of help than ever in Canada, why is it still so hard to talk about it? Why the stigma around food insecurity still exists, and how misconceptions about hunger impact the lives of millions of million people across Ontario.

There were more than three million visits to food banks across Ontario at last count. Who are the people behind the numbers? What does it take to grow up hungry in a food-rich province, and its lasting effects on parents and children?

Canada is a rich country that has been involved in illegal economic sanctions siding with UK and USA.  These three countries alone have brought much misery to several regions of the world violating Human Rights of people. Is it Karma that many people in rich Canada are hungry?


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