The year 2015 ended with food prices going up, and causing consternation on the wallets of Canadians.
A steady jobs report to end the year 2015 meant that 2016 started out a pretty good year.
Food prices up in November 2015 but not that bad. The Bank of Canada didn’t have to react to this much.
Unemployment in November 2015 was going up, as it is want to do. The numbers suggest problems, but were they really a problem
Inflation in 2015 was slowly rising back to a painful level of 4.1%, and the price for food was even higher.