Food banks in Lethbridge have been working hard to navigate what kind of demand they may see as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’ve been very lucky [that] our numbers have not been as high as we expected, mostly because people have been fortunate enough to be on government supports,” said Danielle McIntyre, the executive director at Interfaith Food Bank.
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She said that as some of that provincial and federal aid starts to end or change, food banks are preparing for an increase in clients.
“We are now finally starting to see our numbers tick up, a lot of them because people have expended their time on