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Back to school, back to hunger: Foods bank use at post-secondary institutions going up

Peyton Veitch, University of Winnipeg Students' Association president says a $1.50-hike in students fees will go to hiring an assistant food bank coordinator. According to data from Winnipeg Harvest, the number of post-secondary students using food banks in Winnipeg is rising every year. (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press)

Peyton Veitch, University of Winnipeg Students' Association president says a $1.50-hike in students fees will go to hiring an assistant food bank coordinator. According to data from Winnipeg Harvest, the number of post-secondary students using food banks in Winnipeg is rising every year. (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press)

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