|Health Unit: Income gaps must be closed to solve food insecurity
New data released by the Grey Bruce Health Unit shows that food insecurity will be a growing concern for families in the region, as prices continue to skyrocket. The Health Unit’s study of food affordability in our area, found that it takes almost $400 for a single-person household to buy basic groceries for the month and nearly $1,100 for a family of two adults and two children to feed themselves. Jason Weppler, manager of the Health Unit’s Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention program says that solutions to food insecurity need to go beyond charity and donations....
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|Kincardine Gets Update From IDEA Initiative
Kincardine council was able to hear an update about the municipality’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access action plan. In May of last year, council passed a motion directing staff to bring back a report regarding the development of a Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Committee with a mandate to provide guidance in the development of an IDEA Action Plan....
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