Heather Scoffield: Inflation is battering Canada’s most vulnerable. It’s time for Ottawa to step in


As in the case of the epidemic, Canada’s economy re-emerged in the third quarter of the year, creating a hole that was Q2. But don’t tell Janet McLeod.


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