Even as gas prices hit record highs, Canadians are fanning out across the country for fresh travel experiences after two years of bottled-up demand.
Inflation slowed in April after seven months of relentless gains, a tentative sign that price increases may be peaking while still imposing a financial strain on American households.
Experts say soaring fuel prices create a kind of inflationary domino effect, with climbing gas prices raising shipping costs and higher shipping costs hiking the price of goods.
It can take oil producers a while to ramp up production, especially after some smaller producers shut down or went bust during the depths of shutdowns last year.
Canadians celebrating the onset of summer driving season have been dismayed by another spring phenomenon – rising gasoline prices across the country.