ZOOMER SQUAD: THE CANADA FOOD REPORT 2023
Libby Znaimer is joined by Peter Muggeridge, Senior Editor of Zoomer Magazine, David Cravit, Chief Membership Officer of CARP, and Bill VanGorder, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Policy Officer of CARP.
Today: we discuss the Canada Food report for 2023, which predicts that Canadians will be spending more on their groceries with foods like meats, dairy and vegetables experiencing the greatest increase in costs.
MORE ON WHAT THE CANADA FOOD REPORT FOR 2023 PREDICTS
Libby Znaimer is now joined by Dr. Simon Somogyi, the Arrell Chair in the Business of Food & Full Professor at the University of Guelph.
Today: A discussion about Canada’s Food Price Report 2023, which predicts that Canadians will be faced with a 5% to 7% food price increase for the year. The food categories predicted to be hardest hit are vegetables, meat, and dairy. The report predicts that an average family of four will spend up to $16,288.41 per year on food (an increase of $1,065.60 from 2022). Libby and Simon discuss the details.
NEW LICENCE WILL LET PARALEGALS PROVIDE SOME FAMILY LEGAL SERVICES
Libby Znaimer is joined by David Tobin, lawyer with Frenkel Tobin LLP.
The Law Society of Ontario is now allowing Paralegals to provide some family legal services through a new license. So, what will paralegals be allowed to do and what will they be limited on in this context? Mr. Tobin weighs in on the latest.