That carton of milk will cost you $15.19: grocery shopping in Nunavut

A humourous look at grocery shopping in Canada's far north:

On Saturday CBC reported that about 30 people in Iqaluit protested high food prices outside a grocery store. A Facebook group supporting the cause has just under 20,000 members.

Supplementing the grocery budget may not be an option for people on low income due to the upfront cost of getting guns, gas and transportation, says former member of Parliament Jack Anawak.