Rural vs Urban: Where are food prices higher?

Canadians are continuing to face the pressure of inflation, and one of the biggest squeezes on their wallets happens when they head to the grocery store. Depending where you live, some people can face higher prices for that carton of eggs or loaf of bread. Sean Previl takes a look at the urban versus rural divide, and why food prices can vary if you live in a big city or small town.