The Bank of Canada is the only central bank that issues central authority orders, meaning the bank’s policies and directives apply to the entire country.
It also has the power to issue a central bank note and a bank note, both of which are issued by the Treasury Board.
But it does not issue bank notes, or to make decisions about where to create money.
And it has yet to issue central bank notes.
The Bank Of Canada also issued a total of 879,000 bills and 1,903,000 notes last year.
But that was down from 971,000 and 1.5 million, respectively, in 2014.
The average bill bill issued by all three central banks is now more than $200, which is slightly less than the $240 average for all of 2015.
The Treasury Board has not yet issued a central-bank note since it began issuing bills in March of 2016.
The last time it issued a note was in 2015.