Canada’s annual inflation rate unexpectedly fell to 2.8 percent last month, amid sharp declines in cellular and internet services as well as slower grocery price growth.

Statistics Canada released its February consumer price index report on March 19, which shows price growth softened for a second consecutive month.

Economists were widely expecting Canada’s inflation rate to have risen above January’s 2.9 percent, in part due to higher gasoline prices.

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