Inflation

After a steady start to the year Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation kicked up in May, following similar trends across the country
Ottawa’s annual inflation rate kept steady at 1.7 per cent for a third straight month in April while the rest of Ontario and Canada saw the pace of inflation rise due in part to the imple
The annual rate of inflation in Ottawa held steady last month while the rest of the country saw an upward trend in Statistics Canada’s consumer price index.
Ottawa’s annual pace of inflation remained at 1.7 per cent in February as rates rose across the country, according to Statistics Canada figures released Friday.
Ottawa’s annual inflation rate dropped to 1.7 per cent in January, according to the latest report from Statistics Canada, though the capital’s rising prices continue to outpace the rest o
Ottawa’s annual inflation rate jumped to 2.5 per cent in December, one of the highest rates of any major Canadian city, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Ottawa’s annual pace of inflation again surpassed the rest of the country in November, according to a Statistics Canada report released Wednesday.
The rate of inflation rose at a faster pace in the capital than across Canada in October according to data released Friday from Statistics Canada.
The price of consumer goods in Canada’s capital inched upwards last month, mirroring a national trend, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
Canada's central bank governor says inflation will likely hover just above the historic target of two per cent for this entire year, but he's comfortable with that because the longer-term trendline