The Globe & Mail cites a speech he made Tuesday night to a private audience
The Globe doesn't quote Poloz on China but describes his comments:
"The world's biggest resource importer is wrestling with widening economic imbalances and stresses in its financial system that could stall Chinese growth. Any interruption in Chinese expansion lasting a year or two would drive oil and other commodity prices even lower, the Bank of Canada Governor told an audience."
On rates, he said the recovery has been slow and uncertain, "So we have to be a lot more patient." He also worried about high levels of household debt.
However in the short term, one thing Poloz won't have to worry about is Chinese markets. They're closed until next week for holidays.