economy

National Housing: For Whom the (Door) Bell Tolls

As the October federal election approaches, housing affordability is shifting from a concern to a ballot question among voters. Before the Bell gathered a panel of stakeholders and government officials to examine whether there is a housing crisis brewing in Canada

Infrastructure: A Look at ICT

While many people think of roads, bridges and sewers when they think of infrastructure, the Canadian economy is increasingly reliant on digital infrastructure, which includes information and communications technology (ICT). Before the Bell hosted industry and government stakeholders to discuss Canada’s ICT needs.

Before the Bell Announces Guests on Transportation Infrastructure Show

Before the Bell, with host Catherine Clark, announces its guest lineup for the Transportation Infrastructure show. The show is on February 21 at 8:00 am at the National Arts Centre.

OPINION | Chemistry: Essential to Canada’s Transition to a Low Carbon Energy Future

By: Bob Masterson, President and CEO of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada The global chemistry industry has a complex relationship with climate change. Global chemical production accounts for 10 per cent of total energy demand, and seven per cent of GHGs. Yet, chemistry is a key input to 95 per cent of all manufactured