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Food bank usage in Toronto back to recession-era levels




Food bank usage in Toronto back to recession-era levels

https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/09/18/food-bank-usage-in-toronto-back-to-recession-era-levels-report-says.html

This is what happens when you bring in well educated & qualified immigrants, especially Desis from India and make them do low level low class jobs after refusing to recognise their qualifications.

When their savings get exhausted they turn to welfare & food banks. This is the reality and truth about the Winter Wasteland called Canada.

I have seen homeless people freezing to death on the streets of Canada, that's how bad it is over here. Sad but true.


 
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35 per cent have post-secondary education, yet they have to rely on Food Banks in Canada.

20 per cent are employed, yet they have to visit Food banks. So you can imagine what shitty crappy wages Canada pays educated people, if they can't even afford food and feed their families.

Canada is a Fourth world country, even third world countries are better.


 
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