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Reporting: Changes to Nutrition North voted down in Parliament

A motion calling for urgent reform to the Nutrition North Canada food subsidy program was defeated in Parliament last week. The NDP-led motion, first proposed in March by Northwest Territories MP Dennis Bevington, called for five "immediate" reforms to the federal food subsidy program, including the addition of 46 remote communities currently ineligible for the program. The motion was defeated on June 8 by a margin of 148 to 125. Conservative Party MPs accounted for all but one counter-vote, w

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Organic or local, vegetarian or spicy, slow or fast: we each have a personal food policy. How we eat reflects who we are and speaks to our health, ethical and cultural priorities. As a country, then, it seems logical that we prioritize food. Yet despite a host of urgent food issues, Canada continues to lack a national food policy. After all, one in eight jobs in Canada is related to the food system. Diet-related diseases have skyrocketed, overwhelming our fragile health-care system — costing t