The world is now emerging from the first global financial crisis since the 1930s, and Canada's experience may teach us some lessons.

The Canadian financial system weathered the global financial crisis relatively well. No Canadian institution was excessively affected by toxic assets, no public funds were injected into financial institutions and Canadian banks remained liquid, profitable and active in lending.

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