Joshua Gladstone, a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University and co-founder of Northern Public Affairs, was recently featured in the Globe and Mail regarding northern Canada’s food security crisis. According to Gladstone, “Research has shown that 70 per cent of Inuit preschoolers live in food-insecure homes, a reality that is as much a national disgrace as it is a troubling indicator of our collective disregard for the basic human rights of our fellow citizens.” To read more, please see the full article.