Ontario doesn’t grow enough food to feed itself, but it could: Study

A study from a McMaster University professor says increasing Ontario’s local food supply would create thousands more jobs in the province, including almost seven thousand in Hamilton, while benefiting the environment and making us healthier eaters. 
The study, Dollars and Sense: Opportunities to Strengthen Ontario’s Food System, says that Ontario does not produce enough food to feed itself, but has the potential to do so.

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