Are Canadians paying more for products than Americans?
The price gap between Canadian and U.S. goods is shrinking, but it's still too high. Despite a dip of six per cent from last year, products are still 14 per cent less expensive in the U.S.
With data from BMO Capital Markets, here are the goods Canadian consumers are paying more for.
*All U.S. prices have been converted to Cdn. dollars, unless otherwise noted.
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