Imagine yourself playing a central role in the economic well-being of all Canadians. Imagine yourself at the Bank of Canada.
Banks and federally chartered trust and loan companies are required to transfer to the Bank of Canada all unclaimed bank balances maintained in Canada in Canadian currency that have been inactive for a period of 10 years.
The Canadian economy is estimated to have grown by 1.8 per cent in 2013, and is projected to grow by 2.5 per cent in both 2014 and 2015, gradually returning to its full production capacity over the next two years.
Our currency has come a long way. And it’s going even further. The new polymer notes look and feel quite different, but they’re a good change for Canadians. They are highly secure, durable and innovative.
Highlights key achievements over the year.
Profiles of the Bank’s economic research staff, featuring sections on their publications, education, and research interests.
Bank of Canada research documents listed by topic. Based on the JEL (Journal of Economic Literature) classification system.
Redefining the Limits to Growth – Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Halifax Chamber of Commerce.
Bank of Canada exchange rates are nominal quotations — not buying or selling rates — and are intended for statistical or analytical purposes.
The Bank carefully monitors changes in credit conditions, the money supply, financial system liquidity, as well as in other credit-market indicators.