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Canada's annual inflation rate stayed at 1.2 per cent, matching the previous month and May for the lowest level in more than two years.

On a month-to-month basis, prices rose 0.2 per cent as gasoline prices climbed 2.1 per cent from August and clothing increased 6.2 per cent as retailers unveiled their fall and winter merchandise. Go to the full story here.

Canada: Inflation rate in September

The 12-month change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and CPI excluding energy

SOURCE: Statistics Canada

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