Stephen Poloz first dreamed of becoming Bank of Canada governor in 1974, when he got hooked on economics as an undergrad at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont. Thirty-nine years later, it happened. How many of us can match that? Not many.
But it would have required a dark soul to design the pre-mortem to prepare Poloz for an ending to his dream-come-true story that included the deaths of more than 360,000 people worldwide and an effective lockdown on travel and human interaction.
But in the time of COVID-19, you do what you can.
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