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As inflation stabilizes, a new type of consumer has emerged, marked by value consciousness digital savviness, and a preference for experiences over material goods. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Cole Burston

Meet the ‘new consumer’: How shopper behaviour is changing in a post-inflation world

With inflation finally starting to stabilize in Canada, a new type of consumer has emerged, marked by value consciousness, digital savviness and a preference for experiences over material goods.
While the current episode of inflation has created challenges for many, this is not the first time Canada has gone through such an experience. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Here’s what we can learn from Canada’s response to inflation in the 1980s and 1990s

The real question in the minds of many economists is what the trend in inflation will be going forward, and when interest rates will begin to fall and bring relief to Canadians.

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