September 26, 2000
The Bank of Canada will issue a new series of bank notes beginning in January 2001 to further enhance the security of Canada's currency.
September 19, 2000 The Bank of Canada today outlined details of its plan to adopt a system of eight “fixed” or pre-specified dates each year for announcing any changes to the official interest rate it uses to implement monetary policy—the rate of interest it charges on short-term loans to financial institutions.
September 14, 2000 Today, I would like to bring you up to date on the Bank of Canada's views about the outlook for the Canadian economy. Prospects for the period ahead are generally very favourable.
September 14, 2000
Bank of Canada Governor reviews economic developments and outlines proposed new arrangements for announcing interest rate changesIn a speech to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce today, Bank of Canada Governor Gordon Thiessen gave an update on the Bank's outlook for the Canadian economy. He also outlined plans to move to a system of pre-set dates for announcing changes in official interest rates as part of the Bank's ongoing efforts to improve […]