2017
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5828/2017.07.002
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Amirmohsen Behjat, Aleck Ostry, Christina Miewald, Bernie Pauly

Abstract: Abstract:The rate of food insecurity has increased tremendously over the past decade in Canada. This increase has been more pronounced in rural and remote areas especially among Aboriginal peoples. Substantial studies indicated that nearly half of the on-reserve Aboriginal households in British Columbia (BC) suffer from some degree of food insecurity. Despite the valuable research about obtaining traditional food, the issue of access to market food has been less discussed in the literature. The aim of this st…

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