Tackling The Culture Clash Over Country Food in Nunavut

 

The rate of household food insecurity in Nunavut is eight times the Canadian average. The territory wrestles with sky-high prices at grocery stores.

Some experts have suggested that commercializing country food could improve access to healthy produce and reduce food insecurity across the northern Canadian territory. The problem is that many local people consider exchanging cash for country food instead of sharing it is against Inuit culture.

Web story at Arctic Deeply.

 

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