Average Whistler family to pay $400 m...

Average Whistler family to pay $400 more for groceries next year

FOOD PRICES TO RISE An annual report estimates the average Canadian family will pay about $400 more for groceries and roughly $150 more for dining out next year. The average Canadian family will pay about $400 more for groceries and roughly $150 more for dining out next year, an annual food price report predicts.

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