Most Canadians say inflation has had a major impact on their daily lives.
A survey, done by Maru Public Opinion, shows two-thirds of Canadians feel their lifestyle is being affected by rising prices.
Of those questioned, 53 percent say they’re worried because rising costs are causing serious money issues for them.
Another 13 percent say they’re feeling panicked, with inflation causing them to make “dramatic” lifestyle changes.
The biggest hit for those trying to reduce costs will come with fewer trips to restaurants.
More than half say they’re cutting spending on groceries to cope with higher prices.
– with files from Vista Radio news wire