Canada's Boivin laments challenges posed by ageing population


The challenges posed to Canada by a rapidly ageing population and the key role of monetary policy in meeting that challenge, were the topics of focus for Jean Boivin, Bank of Canada deputy governor, in a speech delivered on April 4.

Speaking to the economics club of Canada in Ontario, Boivin said maintaining price stability and achieving financial stability is central to meeting the demographic challenge.

He said: "One of the Bank of Canada's main contributions is to deliver low, stable and

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