Grocery store shelves are cleared in British Columbia following floods

National Observer

Canadian consumers located in British Columbia engaged in panic buying as floods and landslides disrupted life in the province. “This is what we’re going to deal with: The impact of centralizing everything and just-in-time delivery,” said executive director of the Central Kootenay Food Policy council Abra Brynne. “We have to recognize that building in structures that create that level of vulnerability … is crazy.”

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