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Apparently, Mike Del Grande is searching under the couch cushions for money to save school nutrition programs

Have no fear, hungry children: Mike Del Grande is working to save your food programs (and so too is Doug Ford). The Globe and Mail reports that the budget chief says he’s hunting for the funds to save school nutrition programs from the chopping block. According to the paper, the proposed cuts would affect 14,000 students in 52 schools. That these programs may be saved is certainly good news; of course, it’s also another crack in the budget crisis façade. Read the entire story [Globe and Mail] »

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