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November 1, 2016

Business Council of British Columbia - Speech (Webcasts)

25 Years of Inflation Targets: Certainty for Uncertain Times - Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Business Council of British Columbia (12:00 (ET) approx.)

November 1, 2016

25 Years of Inflation Targets: Certainty for Uncertain Times

Remarks Stephen S. Poloz Business Council of British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia
Governor Stephen S. Poloz discusses the renewal of Canada’s inflation-targeting agreement and how it continues to help the economy.
April 5, 2016

Vancouver Board of Trade - Speech (Video)

China’s Great Transition: What It Means for Canada - Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins speaks before the Vancouver Board of Trade. (16:00 (ET) approx.)
April 5, 2016

Vancouver Board of Trade - Speech (Audio)

China’s Great Transition: What It Means for Canada - Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins speaks before the Vancouver Board of Trade. (16:00 (ET) approx.)
April 5, 2016

Bank of Canada watching China’s economic transition closely, says Senior Deputy Governor Wilkins

Canada faces opportunities and risks as China undergoes a complex transition to a more sustainable pace of economic growth, Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins said today. China has grown remarkably since undertaking market reforms in the 1980s and joining the World Trade Organization in 2001. Its transformation has been felt around the […]
Content Type(s): Press, Press releases
May 14, 2015

CFA Society Vancouver - Speech (Audio)

Fine-Tuning the Framework for the Bank’s Market Operations - Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson speaks before the CFA Society Vancouver (15:40 (ET) approx.)

May 14, 2015

CFA Society Vancouver - Speech (Video)

Fine-Tuning the Framework for the Bank’s Market Operations - Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson speaks before the CFA Society Vancouver (15:40 (ET) approx.)

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