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Consumer Price Index

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures changes in the price of goods and services over time. Inflation is indicated by the growth of CPI, which helps assess changes to the cost of living. An individual's ability to buy goods and services (also known as purchasing power) is affected by changes in income and prices.

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 18-10-0004-01 (Consumer Price Index 2002=100). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Highlights

  • Saskatchewan's Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0.9%, from 140.6 in January 2020 to 141.9 in January 2021. For other Western-Canadian provinces, CPI increased in Manitoba, British Columbia and Alberta by 0.7%, 1.1% and 0.8% respectively. The national average increased by 1.0% during the same period.

To find out more about Statistics Canada's release on CPI, click here

Visit Economic Development Regina or SREDA for Regina or Saskatoon-specific economic information. 

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 18-10-0004-01 (Consumer Price Index 2002=100). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 18-10-0004-01 (Consumer Price Index 2002=100). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Released: February 17, 2021 Next Update: March 17, 2021

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