StatsCan miscount adds up to doubts

Following the revelation that Statistics Canada has miscalculated inflation numbers, this article from The Canadian Press, published Thursday 17 August, says experts are now questioning another of the agency's reports.

"Although a small glitch in the June inflation report is not expected to skew economists' economic outlook, it has raised questions about how the national statistical agency gathers its figures," the article says.

The error has dredged up lingering questions as to why economists

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