HAITI (AP)--Food remains a daily worry in Haiti almost two weeks after the earthquake, but so does shelter.
One man in Port-au-Prince says "we live like dogs."
The number of tents brought in is only a fraction of what's needed. Thousands are living in empty lots, parks and plazas.
Meanwhile on Monday in Canada, Haiti's prime minister said that his country needs five to ten years of rebuilding after the earthquake that took more than 150,000 lives.
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