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The cost of groceries is going up!

The cost of groceries is going up!
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The yearly “Canadian Food Price Report” out of Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph is early this year and forecasting food prices in Canada will increase two to four percent - the average Canadian family will spend $487 more on groceries. 

Of course, the report says the COVID-19 pandemic has the biggest role in the rise of costs, but climate change is also playing its part – like the California Wildfires causing food shortages out west.

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