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Chrystia Freeland to deliver major speech on economy, inflation today

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Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to speak at Bay Street's Empire Club in Toronto. Freeland is slated to speak about the state of the Canadian economy, and focus on affordability. It will be the first major remarks on the topic since the 2022 federal budget was tabled in April.
3 months ago·Ottawa, Canada

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