File photo of Mark Carney walking past a replication of the new Canadian 100 dollar bill made of polymer in Toronto

 
File photo of Mark Carney walking past a replication of the new Canadian 100 dollar bill made of polymer in Toronto
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada and chairman of the Financial Stability Board, walks past a replication of the new Canadian 100 dollar bill made of polymer in Toronto November 14, 2011. Canada is known for the sugar maple, emblazoned on its red-and-white flag, but the Bank of Canada has put what one careful botanist says is a foreign Norway maple leaf on its new currency. The untrained eye might not at first spot the difference between the maple leaf on the new $20, $50 and $100 bills and the sugar maple that is endemic to North America. REUTERS/Mark Blinch/Files