Rather than speculate on any particular event, I would say that the government's position is that with the conclusion of this agreement with the IMF having roughly $1 trillion, at present, of what we call forward commitment capacity--available lending resources—Canada's view is that the IMF, after this agreement, has sufficient resources to deal with any imminent threats and risks. At the present time, the IMF has $400 billion U.S. worth of available lending capacity at its disposal. It also has commitments from all the member countries that if it were to need additional resources, they would be there in a time of need. The view of the Government of Canada is that following the ratification of the 2010 agreement, there is sufficient quota, and there are sufficient resources commitment behind the IMF at the present time. The IMF is already engaged in a program to support Greece at the present time.
On May 17th, 2012. See this statement in context.