“Retailers can sell subsidized food for any price they see fit. And they do.”
The Government of Canada suffers from an image problem.
It currently spends $100 million a year to subsidize shipments of staple food items to remote, northern communities, yet nearly every day, news and social media sites are bombarded by photos of high-cost food for sale in northern stores.
"Sharing the wisdom and power of culturally relevant financial literacy education"
“It’s hard to see how the current GN policy could deter harassment, mostly because the process operates in secret”
“I hope federal regulators such as the Competition Bureau are watching”
Sgaawaay K'uuna (Edge of the Knife) produced by Jon Frantz of Kingulliit, formerly Isuma
"There is a lot that can and needs to be done to reduce future risks"
What is criminal assault?
In an era of Facebook and “fake news,” media literacy is more important than ever
What is a conditional discharge?
“Canada and Nunavut need to get their collective act together”
Special rules for Nunavut courts