A lot depends right now on the pace of vaccine rollout.
Out-of-control inflation and high interest rates are truly the nightmare scenario for an indebted economy like Canada’s.
A pandemic, a trade war and rapidly shifting consumer demand are a recipe for goods inflation, National Bank's chief economist says.
Inflation is holding steady thanks to cheaper prices at the gas pumps.
Lockdowns sure put a damper on consumer spending.
Expect a "bumpy" road to recovery with some jobs gone for good, warns Tiff Macklem.
The cost of goods and services is rising faster than the official inflation rate, Lawrence Schembri said.
"It is not a supply issue, but it is a behavioural change..."
Canada might be underestimating how much consumer prices are rising because of how it measures housing costs.
Rising vegetable prices topped the list of worries.