Election campaign and inflation set up ‘perfect storm’ for usually sleepy review of BoC monetary policy | The Globe and Mail

The Bank of Canada's headquarters in Ottawa
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Published: 26 August 2021

August 20, 2021 | The Bank of Canada's mandate renewal—usually a mundane and technical affair—is generating interest in the political sphere as Canadas 44th federal election gets underway. In this Globe and Mail article, Max Bell School director Chris Ragan argues for careful consideration of all the mandate options on the table: from targeting GDP level, to adopting a dual mandate, to maintaining the status quo. 

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