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Consumer Price Index

Gas is way cheaper these days, but does it mean anything if you're not driving?
A massive drop in gas prices drove the largest price decline in records going back to 1992.
Mortgage payments were the single largest contributor to the rise in consumer prices over the past year.
Fruit and vegetable prices have risen sharply, but tech and entertainment are getting cheaper.
Falling gas prices are helping to cool off inflation.
Restaurant food, child care and housekeeping are seeing substantial cost spikes.
Toronto, Vancouver top the country on inflation.
Hydro rates are rising eight times faster than inflation.
Inflation is tame right now. Wage growth is even tamer.
Gas prices are creeping up again.