A pandemic, a trade war and rapidly shifting consumer demand are a recipe for goods inflation, National Bank's chief economist says.
Gas is way cheaper these days, but does it mean anything if you're not driving?
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a growing number of meat plants offline.
Core inflation hit a 10-year high in November, with mortgage costs and food prices leading the way.
Fruit and vegetable prices have risen sharply, but tech and entertainment are getting cheaper.
The average family will pay $411 more for groceries next year.
Adequate food for families consumes many people in the North, and for good reason.
One in four residents of Nunavut suffer from food insecurity.
Gas, groceries and heating costs are all expected to go up.