Demystifying Medicine Video

Food insecurity is a problem that is often overlooked in more developed nations such as Canada. This video addresses it’s prevalence within Canada, policies aimed to aid food insecurities and what is being done abroad along with what we can do as thoughtful Canadian citizens at home.

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