Hunger in Canada's Arctic


ALLIE JAYNES: Forty-six dollars for a bag of flour. Thirty-six dollars for 2.5 pounds of beef. Forty-five for a box of infant formula. That’s just a trip to the grocery store for many residents of northern Canada’s Nunavut territory, where some of the most basic necessities could set you back as much as a rib-eye steak in a swanky restaurant in southern Canada or the U.S.

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