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Correction: People may have to start going hungry

The Sooke Food Bank
The Sooke Food Bank's shelves are almost bar.
— image credit: Pirjo Raits

Ingrid Johnston from the Sooke Food Bank stands by the dwindling supplies meant for clients. In the front page story on Feb. 6, "People may have to start going hungry"  it was stated that "in 2012 they serviced 2,630 (roughly 453 households). The number should have read 6,202. An increase of 993 clients.

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