How the Bank of Canada’s rate hike will impact mortgages, loans and spending


TORONTO — The Bank of Canada increased its key interest rate by one percentage point Wednesday in the largest hike the country has seen in 24 years. The move indicates the central bank will take a more aggressive approach to tackling inflation, which sits at a 39-year high of 7.7 per cent and has made…

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