Speeches

  • December 8, 2003

    Past Adjustments and Future Trends in the Canadian Economy

    Remarks David Dodge London Chamber of Commerce London, Ontario
    When giving a speech near the end of a year, it is common practice to look back over the past 12 months, consider what we have learned from the events and experiences of the year, and think a bit about what might lie ahead. I became Governor of the Bank of Canada in 2001 and, since that time, I have found myself saying at the end of each year, "Well, we won't see another year like that again."
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