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In March, food prices were 9 per cent higher than a year earlier.

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Government policies help push grocery prices higher in Canada

Supply management costs the average Canadian household an estimated extra $300 to $444 annually.

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Don’t raise the Bank of Canada’s 2% inflation target

Reductions in purchasing power tend to be concentrated among lower-income workers.

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Ottawa’s ‘buyback’ tax will likely hurt Canada’s economy

Due to the new tax, financial capital will be used less efficiently and productivity will suffer.

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Bank of Canada must stay aggressive to tame inflation

Ottawa is spending nearly one-third more than it was in 2019 before the pandemic.

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Recession may strike despite Canada’s low unemployment rate

The overall employment rate hasn’t recovered to 2019 pre-COVID levels.

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Federal government should help increase productivity to tame inflation

Ottawa should stop imposing costly ESG reporting mandates on companies.

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Canada should abolish supply management to help tame inflation

The inflation rate for supply managed products such as butter and milk outpaced the general rate.