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Bank of Canada’s inflation-fighting strategy may not be enough

According to most models of labour supply, the growth of Canada’s labour force will slow over the coming decades.

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Infrastructure—not a quick fix for inflation

Supply chains involve countless firms across the globe that contribute to the production and sale of goods.

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Transitory or not, here comes inflation

In August, the price of meat increased by 6.9 per cent.

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Governments and central bankers may have paved way for severe pain in near future
Governments around the world—including Canada—have injected an enormous amount of liquidity into the financial system.

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Ottawa reducing value of money and spending billions

Inflation peaked at 14 per cent in Canada and the U.S.

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Modern Monetary Theory, Part 3: MMT and inflation

Divergences between expected inflation and actual inflation contribute to economic inefficiencies that harm economic growth.

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The higher-than-expected inflation of the late-1980s was one reason the bank switched to inflation targeting.

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Provincial Finance Minister Charles Sousa tells an upbeat story about a booming Ontario, but reality is more complicated. The province’s finances remain a mess.

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In countries whose currencies have risen against the U.S. dollar, there’s “flow-through deflation” as imports get cheaper.