1.Overall, 30.3 per cent of Canadians believe price gouging is the main reason for higher food prices, while 29.9 per cent believe inflation/monetary policies are to blame. What do you think is the MAIN reason for higher food prices in Canada?
Other (please specify)
|Global Warming, Conflicts, and Supply Chain Issues from the Pandemic||0.14%||1|
|gas going up||0.14%||1|
|food production problems, Supply problems, Russia, there are a number of them||0.14%||1|
|Petroleum prices and taxes (especially in Canada) and therefore transportation costs||0.14%||1|
|70% is to blame the companies and 30% is to blame the inflation||0.14%||1|
|High carbon taxes AND price gouging||0.14%||1|
|Combination of the two--not sure if equal or not.||0.14%||1|
|Truedope is behind all this.||0.14%||1|
|The gouging one is the government increasing the carbon tax which increases the cost of everything.Also the minimum wage increases.||0.14%||1|
|higher fuel prices||0.14%||1|
|Cost of production and delivery is up.||0.14%||1|
|corruption of governement and multinational||0.14%||1|
|The grocery CEO want to get as mush money from us they know we need to eat so they are taking advantage of people and the government allows them||0.14%||1|
2.The results come after CEOs from Loblaw, Metro, and Empire Co., which operates Sobeys, Safeway and FreshCo, appeared before a parliamentary committee in March and testified under oath that they were not profiteering off of higher grocery prices. Do you believe the CEOs when they say they are not profiteering off of higher grocery prices?
3.Do you think the government will do anything to combat the high grocery prices?
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