National Food Policy should focus on Indigenous peoples first

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When I am completely overwhelmed with the task at hand (which is often), I sit down, make a to-do list, and break the task down into smaller, more achievable steps. I prioritize the most pressing issue first, or the one that simply must happen before the other pieces can fall into place. My hope, in reading through the federal government’s national food policy consultation report, is that the powers that be do the same when it comes to one day establishing — a truly national vision — for our food system. The report, found here, alludes to the massive scope and…

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