Interest rate hike adds to challenges facing Canadian farmers, could increase food prices

Higher borrowing costs, which are rising with another Bank of Canada rate hike, are adding to the pain for Canadian farmers already coping with poor weather and high inflation. For consumers, the costs could contribute to higher food prices later this year.

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