This table shows the Monthly All-Items Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) and Annual Inflation Rates for Canada in 1967. You can find upcoming CPI release dates on our schedule page. These numbers are released by Statistics Canada.
|Month||CPI||Monthly Inflation Rate||Yearly Inflation Rate|
|January 1967||17.7||0.00 %||3.51 %|
|February 1967||17.7||0.00 %||2.91 %|
|March 1967||17.8||0.56 %||2.89 %|
|April 1967||17.9||0.56 %||2.87 %|
|May 1967||18.0||0.56 %||3.45 %|
|June 1967||18.1||0.56 %||3.43 %|
|July 1967||18.2||0.55 %||4.00 %|
|August 1967||18.3||0.55 %||3.98 %|
|September 1967||18.3||0.00 %||3.98 %|
|October 1967||18.3||0.00 %||3.98 %|
|November 1967||18.3||0.00 %||3.98 %|
|December 1967||18.4||0.55 %||3.95 %|
What is the relation between CPI and Inflation Rate?
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is used to measure Inflation rates. The formula is as follows:
CPI2 = Consumer Price Index of the second period
CPI1 = Consumer Price Index of the initial period
Notice an error in these tables?
We do our best to ensure the data is accurate and up to date. However, if one of these numbers seem wrong, please contact us and we will fix it as quickly as possible. Keep in mind that we extract the Consumer Price Index and Inflation Rates on a monthly basis from Statistics Canada’s databases.