The Bank of Canada has revamped its website in an attempt to make it "easier to read and navigate on a wide variety of devices".
The new website, unveiled on Saturday, employs "responsive design practices" that format the website's content to ensure it is displayed "optimally" on smartphones, tablets and desktop computers, the central bank said.
The Bank of Canada has also made a number of changes to the design of the website, and the way in which users navigate around it, as part of the transit
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