What you need to know about Canadian business this week in under 30 minutes. Hosted by the Financial Post's Emily Jackson.
Forget bubbles, Canada has a housing affordability crisis: Frances Donald
High home prices and child care costs hurt Canada more than people think, economically hampering our next generation of workers and spenders, warns Manulife's chief economist.
Days are numbered for fossil-fuel cars. Is Canada ready?
This week, on Down to Business, Brian Kingston, president and chief executive of the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association, and Benjamin Sharpe, a senior researcher and Canada Regional Lead at the International Council on Clean Transportation, based in California, talk about what lies ahead for the auto industry.
'Amazing economic opportunity for Canada' in Biden's green plan
This week on Down to Business Clean Energy Canada's Sarah Petrevan talks about the economic imperative of nations going green. Canada, she says, is uniquely positioned to benefit from U.S. President Joe Biden's plan to transition to a low-carbon economy.
Watch for more fallout as tensions between China and the West mount
This week, on Down to Business, Wesley Wark, an expert on national security and intelligence, explores the nature of Canada’s tensions with China.
CP's 'historic and transformational' merger could be the last of the big rail deals
This week, on Down to Business, it’s a story about creating the first transcontinental railroad, the corporate titans who invest in rail, the North American supply chains and trade they serve and about Hunter Harrison, who transformed the industry.
'Big, big changes' in the pipeline as COVID accelerates green shift
This week on Down to Business, Jumana Saleheen, chief economist for the commodity research firm CRU, talks about the impacts, paradoxes and opportunities in the transition away from fossil fuels.
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