Core Consumer Prices in Canada increased to 153.30 points in January from 153.10 points in December of 2023. Core Consumer Prices in Canada averaged 104.17 points from 1984 until 2024, reaching an all time high of 153.90 points in November of 2023 and a record low of 61.70 points in January of 1984. source: Statistics Canada

Core Consumer Prices in Canada is expected to be 153.42 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Canada Core Consumer Prices is projected to trend around 159.91 points in 2025 and 163.11 points in 2026, according to our econometric models.

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Canada Core Consumer Prices


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
Inflation Rate 2.90 3.40 percent Jan 2024
Inflation Rate MoM 0.00 -0.30 percent Jan 2024
Consumer Price Index CPI 158.30 158.30 points Jan 2024
Core Inflation Rate 2.40 2.60 percent Jan 2024
Core Consumer Prices 153.30 153.10 points Jan 2024
GDP Deflator 123.60 121.40 points Sep 2023
Producer Prices 123.40 123.50 points Jan 2024
Producer Prices Change -2.90 -2.70 percent Jan 2024
Export Prices 134.20 136.60 points Dec 2023
Import Prices 128.60 130.20 points Dec 2023
Food Inflation 3.90 5.00 percent Jan 2024
Wholesale Prices 131.80 130.20 points Jan 2024
CPI Transportation 167.40 169.50 points Jan 2024
CPI Housing Utilities 178.40 177.80 points Jan 2024

Canada Core Consumer Prices
In Canada, the core inflation rate tracks changes in prices that consumers pay for a basket of goods which excludes eight of the most volatile components identified by the Bank of Canada including: fruit, fruit preparations and nuts; vegetables and vegetable preparations; mortgage interest cost; natural gas; fuel oil and other fuels; gasoline; inter-city transportation; and tobacco products and smokers' supplies. It also excludes the effect of changes in indirect taxes.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
153.30 153.10 153.90 61.70 1984 - 2024 points Monthly
2002=100, NSA