Consumer prices increase the most in Prince Edward Island and Manitoba, and decrease the most in British Columbia
The title of the graph is "Consumer prices increase the most in Prince Edward Island and Manitoba, and decrease the most in British Columbia."
This is a bar clustered chart.
This is a horizontal bar graph, so categories are on the vertical axis and values on the horizontal axis.
There are in total 11 categories in the vertical axis. The horizontal axis starts at -1 and ends at 2.5 with ticks every 0.5 points.
There are 2 series in this graph.
The horizontal axis is "12-month % change."
The vertical axis is "Canada and the provinces."
The title of series 1 is " March."
The minimum value is 0.5 and it corresponds to "British Columbia."
The maximum value is 2.3 and it corresponds to "Manitoba."
The title of series 2 is " April."
The minimum value is -0.8 and it corresponds to "British Columbia."
The maximum value is 1.8 and it corresponds to "Prince Edward Island and Manitoba."
|Newfoundland and Labrador||1.6||0.6|
|Prince Edward Island||1.2||1.8|
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