Freeland leaving the door open to further action to address economic volatility

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland outlines the federal government's plan to spend $8.9 billion to help Canadians weather rising inflation. Freeland says the government will do more to respond to future volatility but won't say if a hard landing of the housing market would trigger such moves.

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