Responses to the autumn Business Outlook Survey indicate that near-term business prospects continue to be robust. Strong demand and elevated capacity pressures support firms’ investment and employment intentions.
Household lending conditions were almost unchanged this quarter, while competition for corporate borrowers continues to drive an easing in business lending conditions.
The Bank of Canada is looking for partners in the private sector and academia to experiment with digital tools and technology, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Today, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen S. Poloz welcomed students and teachers to the Bank of Canada Museum for the launch of Money and Monetary Policy in Canada.
Deputy Governor Timothy Lane discusses the Bank of Canada’s research and responses to public interest in cryptocurrencies.
Today, the Bank of Canada launched a new digital publication to help Canadians better understand the economy.
Canadians are seizing the opportunities provided by the spread of digital technology, Governor Stephen S. Poloz said in a speech today. While people working in disrupted industries need help in order to adapt, the overall benefits of new technology are…
Governor Poloz talks about how new digital technologies create opportunities in the economy and affect how the Bank conducts monetary policy.
The Bank of Canada is inviting Canadian universities to nominate exceptional academics for its 2019 Fellowship and Governor’s awards.
Senior Deputy Governor Wilkins discusses economic developments since the July Monetary Policy Report and Governing Council’s deliberations leading to yesterday’s policy rate decision.