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Prime minister’s threat to grocery chains won’t solve food price problem

A serious approach to food inflation would focus on reducing costs to producers and encouraging greater supply.

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Bank of Canada could muddy price signals with aggressive monetary policy

If the inflation rate remains relatively stable over time, suppliers should know when higher prices signal increased scarcity.

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Latest inflation numbers may be sign of things to come

The price of meat has increased by 9 per cent in Canada.