June Magazine 2019

In June’s issue on Global Health, Zoe Matties from A Rocha takes a look at the problem of food insecurity here in Canada; Janice Biehn, the Communications Coordinator for PWRDF, writes about how relief and development work has changed over the last few decades; and Krista Waring and Pierre Plourde, both of whom work closely with Hand in Hand with Haiti, ask the question, “Are developed nations really healthy?” Lastly, in via media, Jane Barter reflects on the nature of names through the story of her dog, Scruffy.
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