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OTTAWA — Canada’s annual inflation rate fell to 2.9 per cent last month, marking a sharper deceleration in price growth than expected by forecasters.

Statistics Canada’s consumer price index report released Tuesday says the largest contributor to the decline was lower gasoline prices on a year-over-year basis.

The annual inflation rate was 3.4 per cent in December.

Tuesday’s report offers several layers of good news for consumers as price growth decelerated in five out of eight components of the consumer price index, including food.

Grocery prices were up 3.4 per cent annually in January compared with 4.7 per cent in December.

There are also positive signs for the Bank of Canada as the latest figures show underlying price pressures easing and the headline rate falling back to the central bank’s one to two per cent target range.

The central bank’s core measures of inflation, which strip out volatility in prices, …

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