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consumer prices

Core inflation hit a 10-year high in November, with mortgage costs and food prices leading the way.
More and more media companies are jumping into the streaming game, and that could cost consumers.
Hydro rates are rising eight times faster than inflation.
The fallout from the loonie's slide continues to be felt in Canada's grocery stores. Fruit and vegetable prices kept climbing
If it sticks to its historical range, the loonie mostly has an upside at this point.
It’s a generally accepted that Toronto and Vancouver are the priciest places to live in Canada, but which one is actually
Canadians can soon expect to pay a lot more for everyday items from t-shirts to toothpaste as the sinking loonie hits household