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Annual Report 2020

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The year 2020 was like no other. It began with the unemployment rate in Canada near an all-time low, inflation very close to its 2 percent target and the Bank of Canada’s policy interest rate at 1¾ percent. Canada’s economy was healthy. A year later, we are far from home.

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The year 2020 was like no other. It began with the unemployment rate in Canada near an all-time low, inflation very close to its 2 percent target and the Bank of Canada’s policy interest rate at 1¾ percent. Canada’s economy was healthy. A year later, we are far from home.

Louise Egan
Communications at the Bank of Canada. Opinions my own and mostly kept offline anyway.

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