FOOD SECURITY DEBATED – Stephen Dunbar-Edge (far left) of the Whitehorse Food Bank addresses a full house at the Francophone Centre on Tuesday. The other speakers, from left to right, were Kim Neufeld, a community dietitian with the Department of Health and Social Services; Joe Migwans, the co-ordinator of the traditional parenting program at the Skookum Jim Friendship Centre; Rob Rainer, the director of partnerships and development with Canada Without Poverty; and Jason Watters from the Chilkoot Food Rescue.
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