World leaders say there are enough resources to feed everybody, but we live in a world of 795 million chronically hungry people.
This isn’t just an opportunity for politicians to position themselves, it is our chance to envision the contribution we all can make.
Election fever is creeping up. Through the avalanche of political ads and messages, will the voice of the world’s poor be heard at all?
Elevating Muskoka from a legacy initiative to a matter of official policy would send a clear signal that Canada is dedicated to the plight of mothers and children in the developing world.