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Economists fear Canada's debt loads could soon burn the economy.
A strong economy can't explain the Toronto region's house price growth, the bank says.
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The Bank of Canada says Canadians' debt is getting riskier, but delinquencies are falling.
The bill celebrates Canada's heritage and diversity.
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Canada's existing payment systems are showing their age and he credited Payments Canada with undertaking a plan to modernize them.
After the financial crisis, I asked one of our executives how Canada had managed to sidestep the deep pain felt in the U.S. "I'm not sure we did," he pushed back. "Maybe it just hasn't happened yet." Fast forward to 2017 and here we are, fretting over housing bubbles and record-high debt levels.
The bank didn't make any specific mentions this time about the potential policy path of the U.S.
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Borrowers should make sure they can handle a hike in interest rates.
Stephen Poloz doesn't think Toronto's housing market is sustainable.
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It is just the fourth time in Canada's history that a special, commemorative bank note has been produced.
Latest economic outlook "subject to considerable uncertainty" because no one knows what Trump will do.
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Currency markets panic easily.
Businesses are the most optimistic they've been in years about hiring.
If a bank can trust a lender, so can the government, she said.