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Gas prices jumped 20.6 per cent in a month.
The average inflation-adjusted wage in Canada is 0.9% lower than a year ago.
OTTAWA — Food prices in October posted their first year-over-year decline in nearly 17 years as the annual pace of inflation crept higher.
This could be bad news for Canadian mortgage payers.
Food, shelter costs offset lower gas prices.
Toronto, Vancouver top the country on inflation.
Some rare good news for Canadian grocery shoppers.
They're not falling, but at least they're not soaring.
Inflation is tame right now. Wage growth is even tamer.
Retail is down. Manufacturing is down. You know what's up though? Inflation...
Gas prices are creeping up again.
Clothing and transportation is cheaper than it was a year ago.
Inflation-adjusted wages are falling even in booming parts of the country.
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...
Overall food prices are 4 per cent higher than a year ago.
Bad news, fruit and veggie lovers.
OTTAWA -- Canada's annual inflation rate accelerated last month to 1.6 per cent -- an increase mainly fuelled by climbing prices for fresh fruits and ...
Falling loonie, drought in California will keep prices high.
OTTAWA -- The country's annual inflation rate picked up the pace last month to hit 1.4 per cent -- moving it a little closer to the Bank of Canada's i...
A Maritime dairy group is warning Canadians they could face a butter shortage just in time for the holidays.
Dairy Farmers of Nova Scotia says ramp...
OTTAWA -- Lower gasoline prices continued to weigh against a rise in the cost of food in October as the consumer price index rose 1.0 per cent compare...
The Bank of Canada held its key interest rate this week at 0.5 per cent as it downgraded its 2016 and 2017 outlook for the economy due to the continued fallout of low energy prices.
Retail prices are rising at their fastest rate in at least a decade and there will be more price pressure ahead thanks to a falling loonie, analysts s...
OTTAWA - Canada's inflation rate in August was 1.3 per cent, unchanged from the previous month, as a drop in energy prices continued to be a moderatin...
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