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September 10, 2003

Fostering Confidence

Remarks David Dodge Vancouver Board of Trade Vancouver, British Columbia
It's great to be back in Vancouver and to renew acquaintances at the Board of Trade. I'm going to spend some time today discussing the Bank of Canada's outlook for the Canadian economy and inflation, and how we are responding. But in order to understand the current economic situation, we need to look at some of the extraordinary events of the past year or so and how those events have affected the economy.
September 5, 2003

Spruce Meadows Roundtable

Remarks David Dodge Spruce Meadows Roundtable Spruce Meadows, Alberta
Canada's reliance on foreign trade has required us to be active internationalists for decades. Louis Rasminsky, who went on to become Governor of the Bank of Canada, was one of Canada's delegates at the Bretton Woods Conference that led to the creation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. Rasminsky played an important role, formal and informal, at the talks.
June 18, 2003

Recent Economic Developments and the Conduct of Monetary Policy

Remarks David Dodge Metropolitan Halifax Chamber of Commerce Halifax, Nova Scotia
It's been a year since I last spoke in Halifax, and a lot has changed since then. We've witnessed some extraordinary events, both in Canada and around the world. On the whole, Canada's economy has withstood the turmoil quite well. The impact of some more recent events is not yet clear.
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