RCMP recovers documents stolen from Bank of Canada head’s car

BoC says papers didn’t contain sensitive information


The RCMP says it has recovered documents stolen from Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney’s car earlier this month in Montreal. According to an official with the Bank of Canada, the documents contained in the stolen suitcase were primarily staff reports and briefing notes, but did not contain sensitive information. Investigators are going through the recovered papers to determine whether they are in order.

CBC News

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