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2020 is a year marked by change. For people who already faced hunger, the pandemic made a bad situation worse. So who stepped in to help?This episode explores how food banks are working to meet increased demand, and asks hard questions about systemic issues causing food insecurity. You’ll also hear from grassroots community groups taking matters of…
 
For some, CERB was a financial lifeline. It meant that for the first time in a long while, recipients could afford to keep a stocked fridge. For other Ontarians, the $500 weekly installment didn’t go quite far enough. In this episode you'll hear, firsthand, the impact government assistance can have… and what happens when that support changes.…
 
The new bonus series "Quarantine Cuisine" serves up a conversation with the "Hungry Couple", Miki Sudo & Nick Wehry! These two have been very busy during their quarantine. Nationally televised eating contest? Check. Raising money for charity by eating wings? Sure. Debuting as video game characters? No sweat. Listen in for all this and more. Check o…
 
It is 2020, so quarantine can't stop the Fink Brothers because... technology. Amid all the cancellations and uncertainty, the boys chat about Competitive Eating documentaries that are available to watch while you practice #SelfDistancing. What was planned to be "a short one" is rampant with tangents and bits - Enjoy!…
 
There were more than three million visits to food banks across Ontario at last count. Who are the people behind the numbers? We explore what it’s like to grow up hungry in a food-rich province, and its lasting effects on parents and children. We also dive into how the cost of living can impact every aspect of a person’s life, from Toronto to London…
 
Frozen pizzas and boxed mac and cheese might seem like a treat...until they’re your only option. What happens when your access to fresh food is limited by how much money you have, or how far north you live? We talk about why food accessibility issues persist across Ontario, and hear from dedicated people in Leamington and Mississauga putting fresh …
 
Food insecurity doesn’t exist in a vacuum. It’s often connected to factors like where you live, your source of income and even your race. While there’s no instant fix for these interconnected issues, solutions have to start somewhere. So we asked the people we’ve heard from throughout the series: what's the one thing that can help you now, or that …
 
How do you decide between buying bread and keeping the lights on? Why, in a food-rich province, are three million visits to food banks? What happens when fresh produce is out of reach? Hard to Stomach focuses on real people facing - and fighting against - food insecurity in communities across Ontario from north to south. They could be your co-worke…
 
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