September 2022 Consumer Price Index data: Food and services prices still rising, no progress on core inflation
Canada’s headline inflation edged down for the third month in a row, dragged down by falling gas prices. However, these gains were largely offset by the continued rise of prices for food and services. Unfortunately, there was no progress on “core” inflation, which held steady at 5%.
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