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Canadian economic activity remains strong, and employment is robust. The Bank is forecasting growth of about 4¼% in 2022, easing to 3¼% in 2023.
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Commodity price shocks and the impact on growth and inflation in Canada — Deputy Governor Toni Gravelle speaks before l’Association des économistes québécois (ASDEQ) (11:50 (ET) approx.).
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