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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.
Economic growth in Canada is projected to average just over 1 per cent in 2015 and about 2 1/2 per cent in 2016 and 2017.
Learn about the security features and designs of polymer bank notes and the new commemorative $20 note.
Explore the history of Queen Elizabeth II’s portraits on our bank notes as Canada honours a historic reign.
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An outline of current research program priorities for each of the four main functions of the Bank (Monetary Policy, Financial System, Currency and Funds Management and Banking).
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In 2016, the Bank of Canada and the Government of Canada will renew Canada’s Agreement on the Inflation-Control Target.
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Riding the Commodity Cycle: Resources and the Canadian Economy – Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Calgary Economic Development. (14:45 (ET) approx.)
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.
The Bank of Canada supplies Canadians with bank notes that they can use with confidence and pride, by issuing quality notes that are readily accepted and secure.
Canada’s polymer bank notes and the new commemorative $20 note are highly secure, durable and innovative.
Learn about their security features and designs.
As we honour Queen Elizabeth II’s historic reign with a commemorative $20 note, explore eight decades of her portraits on Canada’s bank notes.
Watch videos about the commemorative $20 note, the Polymer series, how to fight fraud and much more.
Training and education materials for the public, businesses, police agencies and others—all free of charge.
Coming in 2017: a commemorative note to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation
Read about the process and guiding principles for bank note design.
Learn why it’s important to check your notes, and how to deal with suspicious money.
Learn about the Bank’s reimbursement service and how to submit a claim.
Techniques for separating and counting polymer notes
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