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February 18, 2022

Your role in the Canadian economy

Play our game to discover how your economic profile compares with those of other Canadians. Explore population and employment data and spending habits across different regions.
February 10, 2022

Global Money Week

Check out our elementary and secondary resources.
February 3, 2022

Queen of the bank notes

By: Graham Iddon


Few of us have ever met her, and it’s likely none of us are even remotely related to her. Yet, Canadians have carried her picture in their wallets for generations now. She’s Queen Elizabeth II and has been our monarch for over 70 years.
Content type(s): Blog posts Subject(s): History
January 27, 2022

Code of conduct

Please observe a few house rules while visiting the Museum so everybody can make the most of their visit.
January 24, 2022

Inflation over time

What is inflation and what does it mean to you? This video and discussion guide will help you get your secondary students talking.
January 24, 2022

Fintech 101

Teach the basics of financial technology, peer-to-peer payments and how the Bank keeps your payments safe with this video and discussion guide for secondary students.
January 10, 2022

The Bank of Canada Museum’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Economics

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We want to celebrate great teaching about the economy. Meet the 2022 winners, and learn more about the award.
December 22, 2021

New acquisitions–2021 edition

By: David Bergeron


The Bank of Canada Museum is responsible for the National Currency Collection, and part of its mandate is to foster and develop that collection. Despite the challenges of collecting during a pandemic, curators at the Bank of Canada Museum have acquired some unique artifacts—including some that document the pandemic itself.
Content type(s): Blog posts
December 2, 2021

The true value of money

By: Graham Iddon


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What is money—when you really stop to think about it? To understand how money works, and what it ultimately represents, we need to strip it down to its very basic function.
November 25, 2021

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