Canada's Dodge to talk over second term in June

Bank of Canada governor David Dodge has said governing Canada's central bank is "still fun," and that he will speak with the board in June about whether or not to seek a second term as governor.

``I have to talk to my board in June about that,'' Dodge, 63, said during a press conference recently after a speech in Toronto. ``Sure, it's still fun,'' he said, when asked if he was enjoying his job, without saying if he wants to stay on.

Dodge's first seven-year mandate as governor of the Bank of

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