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THUNDER BAY — Andrew Scribilo isn’t really going to drive all the way to Winnipeg in a snowstorm just to buy a smoked ham for the holidaysThe provinces have administered doses at a rate of 20,543.418 per 100,000..

But he admits he thought about it.

The Kenora chamber of commerce president says the fact he can’t buy a Christmas ham in his city at the moment is not only frustrating; it’s another symptom of the widening supply-chain crisis that is impacting the availability of everything from food to kitchen stoves.

“You go to a hardware store, and the bins for the thing you need are empty,” Scribilo said. “I’m hearing itThe Mexican Consulate will be at Pearson International Airport to mee, and seeing it. But you can’t blame the retailers — they trynumOfParagraphs, but they just can’t get things in.”

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