"You've got the Nunavut government, now our government of the N.W.T., the Yukon government, telling the government something is wrong. I think that should be a strong signal there's something wrong with the program," Sahtu MLA Norman Yakeleya said. Jun 3, 2013
RT @northern_clips: #NWT MLAs join Nunavut & Yukon & call for federal audit of @pmharper & @leonaaglukkaq's @Nutrition_North http://ow.ly/lFPii #CDNpoli
Nunavut MLAs want federal audit of Nutrition North Canada May 15, 2013
Nutrition North spinning numbers, says former public servant - Food Mail manager says price comparisons are using unrepresentative baseline Mar 6, 2013
Nunavut to begin monitoring food prices - Pilot project will start in 10 communities next month Mar 7, 2013
Nutrition North changing how northern retailers do business - Arctic Co-operatives ending decades-long relationship with First Air May 1, 2013
Nutrition North starts up with low-price pledge - Healthy food prices could drop 5 to 11 per cent, retail boss says April 02, 2011
Cheez Whiz on, diapers off new Nutrition North food subsidy list "We added a few things back on what I call family-friendly products" October 01, 2012
Feeding My Family (in Nunavut) Facebook group that started the food price protest in the North
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