'We're scared to death': low-income Nova Scotians struggling to restock food after Fiona

People losing hundreds of dollars of food, foodbanks seeing surge in demand

CBC NewsNicola Seguin

Inside a small white apartment building in downtown New Glasgow, N.S., residents sat in the dark for days and ate peanut butter sandwiches as the food in their fridges and freezers spoiled. 

Post-tropical storm Fiona devastated their community, and loss of electricity and telecommunications cut the residents of the area off from the rest of the province. 

"I never thought it'd be in anything like this," said Brenda Priest, one of the residents of the building on the corner of Dalhousie and Temper…

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'We're scared to death': low-income Nova Scotians struggling to restock food after Fiona

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CBC NewsNicola Seguin, Posted: Sep 29, 2022 6:00 AM AT | Last Updated: 10 minutes ago
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