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April inflation rates for provinces, cities

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Canada's national inflation rate was 0.4 per cent in April, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces and territories. (Previous month in brackets):

By province and territories:

  • Newfoundland and Labrador 0.6 (1.6)
  • Prince Edward Island 1.8 (1.2)
  • Nova Scotia 0.6 (1.1)
  • New Brunswick -0.2 (0.8)
  • Quebec 0.4 (0.8)
  • Ontario 0.4 (1.0)
  • Manitoba 1.8 (2.3)
  • Saskatchewan 1.0 (1.3)
  • Alberta 1.3 (1.2)
  • British Columbia -0.8 (0.5)
  • Whitehorse, Yukon 0.7 (1.2) Yellowknife, N.W.T., 0.7 (1.6)
  • Iqaluit, Nunavut 1.4 (1.2)

By city

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Statistics Canada also released rates for major cities, but cautioned that figures may fluctuate widely because they are based on small statistical samples (Previous month in brackets):

  • St. John’s, N.L., 0.5 (1.5)
  • Charlottetown-Summerside, 1.8 (1.2)
  • Halifax, 0.5 (1.0)
  • Saint John, N.B., -0.3 (0.8)
  • Quebec, 0.6 (1.1)
  • Montreal, 0.4 (0.8)
  • Ottawa, 0.3 (0.9)
  • Toronto, 0.6 (1.1)
  • Thunder Bay, Ont., 0.0 (0.6)
  • Winnipeg, 1.8 (2.3)
  • Regina, 1.4 (1.7)
  • Saskatoon, 0.6 (1.0)
  • Edmonton, 1.3 (1.0)
  • Calgary, 1.4 (1.3)
  • Vancouver, -0.8 (0.8)
  • Victoria, -1.3 (0.2)
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