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NEWS: Nunavut May 02, 2014 - 4:51 pm

Photo: Let’s eat some real food

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A big pile of ready-to-eat Arctic char covers a table inside Iqaluit's Inuksuk High School on the early evening of May 5 as Nunavut Premier Peter Taptuna speaks at the unveiling of the Nunavut Food Security Strategy and Action Plan, just prior to a big community feast. The Nunavut food strategy lists tasks in six areas: country food, store-bought food, local food, life skills, programs and community initiatives, and policy and legislation. The Nunavut Food Security Coalition — comprising a long list of Nunavut government departments, Inuit organizations, businesses and community groups — spent about two years developing the plan. Read Nunatsiaqonline.ca later for more on the new Nunavut food plan. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)
A big pile of ready-to-eat Arctic char covers a table inside Iqaluit's Inuksuk High School on the early evening of May 5 as Nunavut Premier Peter Taptuna speaks at the unveiling of the Nunavut Food Security Strategy and Action Plan, just prior to a big community feast. The Nunavut food strategy lists tasks in six areas: country food, store-bought food, local food, life skills, programs and community initiatives, and policy and legislation. The Nunavut Food Security Coalition — comprising a long list of Nunavut government departments, Inuit organizations, businesses and community groups — spent about two years developing the plan. Read Nunatsiaqonline.ca later for more on the new Nunavut food plan. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)

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