After a record-setting year for inflation, there’s no immediate reprieve in sight. A new report into Canada’s food prices anticipates a five to seven per cent increase in food prices next year. For a family of four, grocery bills could rise by $1,000 to over $16,000. One of the report’s researchers, University of Saskatchewan professor Stuart Smyth, joins The Andrew Lawton Show live to discuss why it’s happening and what, if anything, can be done about it.
Also, the Liberals are promising to review their firearms ban to ensure it doesn’t capture hunting rifles, but the gun control activists are doubling down.