The Bank of Canada: FB2-30/2005-PDF

an illustrated history = La Banque du Canada : une histoire en images.

"Since the Bank of Canada opened its doors on 11 March 1935, it has played a central role in the economic life of Canada and its citizens. Yet, the Bank's role in Canadian society has not always been well understood. ... Since its inception, the Bank has grown and developed as a public institution and as a workplace. Over the years, the Bank has been home to some colourful characters and fascinating stories. Many of these stories have been preserved in the Bank's Archives and in its Currency Museum. We hope that these images and anecdotes will help you learn more about Canada's central bank and its place in Canadian society"--Foreword, p. ii.

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Department/Agency Bank of Canada.
Title The Bank of Canada
Subtitle an illustrated history = La Banque du Canada : une histoire en images.
Publication Type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Electronic
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Note "August 2005". "Jill Vardy wrote the text"--p. 115. Digitized edition from print produced 2005 [by the Bank of Canada].
Date c2005.
Number of Pages ii, 115 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • FB2-30/2005-PDF
Subject Terms Banks, Monetary policy