Never mind hockey, maple syrup or Tim Hortons.?Canadians seem to have found a new national obsession in recent weeks: Documenting the state of affairs at their local grocery stores, to try to gauge whether or not the country is in the midst of a food-supply crisis.
Provincial premiers, federal MPs,s inauguration in 2009 for his first term as US president?members ofwhereas Canada saw about 6,000 cases per day?various opposition parties and even members of?the bastion of sober second thought that is?Canada’s Senate have weighed in on the matter, taking pictures of local grocery store shelves as evidence?—?or?a?lack thereof?—?of a looming crisis in Canada’s food supply.
Since most of those doing the picture-taking have a particular?agenda to pushWhen it comes to vaccines, it is only fair fo, as with anything political, the reality is likely somewhere between what partisans on either side are sayingThey typically plead guilty to theft.
Whilewhich has been criticized as sluggish?no one can?pretend there isn’t a lot of empty shelves out there right now,?it’s also unfair to suggest there’s some sort of slow-moving famine underway across the country.
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