Toronto, Vancouver top the country on inflation.
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Some rare good news for Canadian grocery shoppers.
This is what they're doing about it.
They're not falling, but at least they're not soaring.
One-quarter say they're eating fewer fruit and veg.
Gas prices are creeping up again.
"We see inflation slowing down as the Canadian dollar continues to increase."
Clothing and transportation is cheaper than it was a year ago.
A bigger grocery bill means less booze and fewer restaurant meals.
The fallout from the loonie's slide continues to be felt in Canada's grocery stores.
Fruit and vegetable prices kept climbing in February, Statisti...
Locally grown produce is a "buffer" against higher imported food prices.
Overall food prices are 4 per cent higher than a year ago.
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Cauliflower is selling for under $2 a head in many places, down from $7 or $8 a few weeks ago.
Best-before dates are not your best friends.
Bad news, fruit and veggie lovers.
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Some restaurants are simply removing it from their menus.
"Holy mother ... the price of groceries in Canada."
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