Higher energy prices keep inflation at 2.2 per cent
Friday, 22 June 2018 The country's annual inflation rate rose 2.2 per cent in May for the second straight month as the higher cost of energy applied upward pressure on prices, Statistics Canada said in a new report Friday.
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