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May 19, 2015 Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce - Press Conference (Audio)

The Way Home: Reading the Economic Signs - Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce (13:00 (ET) approx.)

May 19, 2015 Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce - Press Conference (Video)

The Way Home: Reading the Economic Signs - Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce (13:00 (ET) approx.)

May 19, 2015

Canadian economy rebuilding, though headwinds remain, says Governor Poloz

Following a setback caused by the drop in oil prices, the Canadian economy is once again on a course toward sustainable balanced growth, although it continues to face headwinds, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen S. Poloz said today. The Governor’s speech to the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce outlined some key indicators the Bank […]
Content Type(s): Press, Press releases

May 19, 2015 Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce - Speech (Audio)

The Way Home: Reading the Economic Signs - Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce (11:45 (ET) approx.)

May 19, 2015 Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce - Speech (Video)

The Way Home: Reading the Economic Signs - Stephen S. Poloz, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce (11:45 (ET) approx.)

May 19, 2015

The Way Home: Reading the Economic Signs

Remarks Stephen S. Poloz Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Governor Poloz discusses some key indicators the Bank is watching as the Canadian economy heads toward sustainable balanced growth.
June 16, 2010

Fortune Favours the Bold

Remarks Mark Carney Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
From the end of 2008 to the middle of last year, Canada experienced a short, sharp recession. With the exception of government spending, all major components of aggregate demand declined, and industrial production dropped 15 per cent. Canadian exporters suffered particularly, owing to the sharp fall in the components of U.S. economic activity that matter most for Canada.
November 2, 1999

The Challenges for Canadian Monetary Policy in the Year 2000

Remarks Gordon Thiessen the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Monetary policy actions take a relatively long time to affect the economy and inflation—anywhere between 12 to 24 months. Because of this, central banks must always look ahead and must put in place today the monetary conditions that are needed to help keep the economy on a sustainable path down the road. By 'sustainable' I mean a situation where economic growth and job creation are not at risk from rising inflation.