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Higher food prices help push Canada's inflation rate up to 1.9% in March

CBC.ca Wednesday, 17 April 2019
The cost of living went up at a 1.9 per cent annual pace in March, Statistics Canada says, as increases in the price of food, rent and mortgages were slightly offset by cheaper gasoline.
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