April 12, 2018
07:30 - 09:00
National Arts Centre, 53 Elgin St.
On April 12, Before the Bell delves into energy and the environment and tries to square how Canada, with its recently renewed commitment to meet its greenhouse gas emission targets can do so as provincial governments continue to grapple with the how. In addition, we look closer at a recent major announcement made earlier this year on the impact of the revised regulatory approvals process to green light pipelines and other major projects and try to discern if this will indeed be beneficial and what industry and environmental groups think.
Before the Bell hosts Catherine Clark and Susan Delacourt sit down with featured guests understand the implications of the major development on this file and the new approvals process. Each Before the Bell event features three distinct segments: Susan Delacourt in The Pulse asks opinions of expert guest pundits on pressing issues and interacts with the audience through polling technology to gain their reactions. In The Policy segment, Catherine Clark invites newsmakers to the stage to talk about themed issues from their unique perspectives. In between interviews, the Catherine encourages the audience to submit questions electronically and vote up questions they want answered. After all guests have been interviewed, they remain on stage for the final segment called The People. Here the Catherine engages the newsmakers in discussion by asking the most popular audience generated questions.