Sanctuary and Serenity

Eating on welfare

Posted on: April 8, 2010


Laurie Monsebraaten Social Justice Reporter

Toronto Councillor Joe Mihevc’s 11-year-old daughter Catherine looks at her family’s food bank ration of tinned salmon, dried chick peas and peanut butter and wonders what her school friends will think when they come to her house for lunch this week.

Video Cabaret actor Anand Rajaram confesses he will miss his social life which revolves around eating out after rehearsals.

And former Alliance Atlantis head Michael MacMillan worries he won’t get enough calories to sustain his daily running regime.

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