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. 3% in 2018 and 1.

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This was the second lowest year-over-year increase among provinces.

An item that cost 100 dollars in 1960 costs 986. . 6% in 2017.

2019.

. . the cost-of-living adjustment for next year will increase by.

7 per cent in March. (annual change) Source (s): Table 18-10-0005-01.

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6% in 2017. .

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A single person estimated monthly costs are 949.
Statistics Canada measures prices against a base year.

May 16, 2023 · Groceries: Grocery prices rose 9.

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's minimum wage is slated to increase to $15. 65 an hour later this year but "I'm now making over $18/hr after being there for 4. .

6% in 2017. 3 per cent increase on the year-over-year consumer price index this March versus 4. 9 per cent in March. If a place has a cost of living index of 135, then it is 35% more expensive to live there than the national average. 7%. .

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31M. Housing affordability.

9 per cent in March.

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Excluding gasoline, the annual average CPI rose 2.

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