The week in review
Mark Carney may be the highest paid central banker in the world with a salary of $1.4 million, the first-ever non-Briton to run the Bank of England in its 319-year
OTTAWA – Saying goodbye to departing Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney last month cost Canadians about $30,000.
Farewell bashes hosted by the Bank of Canada in Toronto, Montreal and
Can oil really substitute for easy money in propelling Canada’s growth?
A review of the Bank of Canada governor’s first hearing before the Standing Committee on Finance
With the closing of the books on the bank governor, a nuanced appraisal of his legacy emerges
OTTAWA – The Bank of Canada says it will need to keep interest rates at current, stimulative low levels for some time to come, although it had some good news
Mark Carney’s last words as BoC chief
OTTAWA – Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney is leaving Canada with some parting advice — seize the country’s natural advantages.
The central banker said Tuesday in his last scheduled
Money can’t get much cheaper
1. His name is Stephen Poloz and his appointment surprised many analysts
In Alberta, the Bank of Canada governor looks back at ‘fascinating, sometimes harrowing, five years’
Whoever takes the reins will have to live up to a rock star image that has little to do with monetary policy, writes Stephen Gordon
For the record? He’s still worried about household debt, sluggish exports and piles of corporate cash
Plus: His comments on government debt and the safety of Canadian bank deposits
The wife of the bank governor on the carbon pricing debate
‘It is never the bullet you see,’ former U.S. Treasury Secretary says of risks on the horizon