Food bank shortages
Agincourt Community Services Association (ACSA) food bank coordinator Christine Marwell at the Dorset Park Community Hub demonstratez that supplies of...
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Some Toronto food banks feeling strain from newly arrived Syrian refugees

Mike Adler

Newly-arrived families from Syria may be straining Toronto food banks, many of which just saw the...

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