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Learn about how we’re exploring the possibility of issuing a digital form of the Canadian dollar, also known as a central bank digital currency (CBDC).
We’re taking steps to better understand the impacts of climate change on the economy and to reduce our environmental footprint.
Find out what “legal tender” means, why legal tender status changes, and how to redeem older bank notes.
Higher interest rates are working to ease price pressures in Canada and inflation is coming down, though progress to the 2% target is slow. The Bank projects that inflation will stay around 3½% until the middle of 2024, returning to target in 2025.
The cost of high inflation — Governor Tiff Macklem speaks before the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce (11:45 (ET) approx.).
These forecasts are provided to Governing Council in preparation for monetary policy decisions. They are released once a year with a five-year lag.
These materials provide information that is relevant to a specific type of user — such as a retailer or a police officer. This section does not provide a complete list, but serves instead as a guide to key information.
This section features useful tools to help you get to know Canada's polymer bank notes and learn how to verify their security features.
This section includes information and products that explain how blind and partially-sighted Canadians can determine the denominations of bank notes.
This section features training materials to help retailers learn about Canadian bank notes and know how to deal with suspected counterfeit notes.
Are you an equipment manufacturer, owner or renter? Here’s some information to help your business prepare for new bank notes.
This section features training materials to help employees of financial institutions learn about Canadian bank notes.
This section features training materials and legal tools to help police officers and Crown prosecutors learn about Canadian bank notes and counterfeiting offences.
This section features materials and classroom resources to help students learn about Canadian bank notes.
This section features reference materials, survey results and more to help journalists research and report on Canada’s bank notes.