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John Lorinc profiles Mark Carney, the governor of the Central Bank of Canada. While the rest of the developed world’s banks are on life support, Lorinc writes that Canada’s financial system “has sailed through this crisis with its international reputation almost unscathed.” Carney is also a vocal advocate for increased regulation of the financial sector and is one of the primary architects of the G20’s regulatory reforms. [%comments]