Millions Poorer With Inflation

Millions of Canadians are drawing down savings or borrowing money to meet household expenses, Statistics Canada said yesterday. New data came as the Commons agriculture committee opened hearings on food prices and supply: “27 percent reported they had to borrow money from friends or relatives, take on debt or use credit to meet day to day expenses.”

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