food supply

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Prime minister’s threat to grocery chains won’t solve food price problem

A serious approach to food inflation would focus on reducing costs to producers and encouraging greater supply.

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In March, food prices were 9 per cent higher than a year earlier.

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Food ‘self-sufficiency’—recipe for disaster

Coal-powered transportation ended widespread hunger and misery in advanced economies.

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Coronavirus shockwaves felt around the world economy

From 1973 to 1996, Canada's average annual unemployment rate was 8.9 per cent.