January 29, 1999 Inflation remained low for the seventh consecutive year, and the inflation target range of 1 to 3 per cent was extended to 2001.
The Bank of Canada’s Annual Report, including disclosure of climate-related risks and audited financial statements, and the Bank of Canada's Quarterly Financial Report.
January 29, 1998 With inflation remaining low for the sixth consecutive year, the Canadian economy recorded a strong expansion of about 4 per cent through 1997.
January 14, 1997 In 1996 inflation remained within the Bank’s target range but was subject to downward pressure. The low rate of inflation contributed to a major easing in monetary conditions, and interest rates reached their lowest level in 30 years.