Bank of Canada appoints new special adviser for Carney

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The Bank of Canada on Friday announced the appointment of Evan Siddall as a special adviser to governor Mark Carney.

Siddall served most recently as a senior executive at Fort Reliance, the holding company of the Irving family's energy interest, Irving Oil. He will serve a two-year term, beginning on January 23 2012.

Siddall will succeed Timothy Hodgson, whose term as special adviser ends on March 31, 2012. "Hodgson will work closely with Siddall to ensure a smooth transition during the first

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