26 June 2015 – 24 June 2016
This temporary exhibition at the Canadian Museum of History featured a fun and compelling storyline of fraud, worthless currency and make-believe banks. A shifting backdrop of changing imagery illustrated the lively story of one “phantom bank,” while a fascinating selection of artifacts provided insight into the economy, the society and the people of rebellion-era Canada.
11 March – 24 December 2010
Guests revisited the history of the Bank of Canada and its Governors as seen through the eyes of outside observers— journalists, cartoonists, headline writers, economists, politicians, government-appointed commissions and the Canadian public.
12 June 2009 – 10 January 2010
This exhibit provided a glimpse into the early Bank of Canada through the lens of a master.
For a limited time, the Museum proudly displayed a series of Karsh photographs documenting the early years of the Bank of Canada.