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60+ business and civil society leaders urge PM and Premiers to take bold action on climate and carbon pricing


More than 60 Canadian business and civil society leaders sent an open letter to the Prime Minister and Premiers today, encouraging them to work together to make Canada a global leader in clean growth and climate action, and offering to help seize this historic opportunity. Find additional details here: http://www.smartprosperity.ca/activities/letter-first-ministers-major-business-and-civil-society-leaders  

Canada Infrastructure Bank to be launched by the Feds


Following up on recommendations by the Advisory Council on Economic Growth, the federal government is launching the new Canada Infrastructure Bank to provide innovative funding and financing for infrastructure projects and help more projects get built in Canada. The Canada Infrastructure Bank will be responsible for investing at least $35 billion from the federal government into […]

Ontario MPP Yvan Baker announces Ontario’s third green bond issue will come this fiscal year at at launch of Smart Prosperity/Climate Bonds Canada Green Bonds Report


Ontario MPP Yvan Baker announces Ontario’s third green bond issue will come this fiscal year at at launch of Smart Prosperity/Climate Bonds Canada Green Bonds Report. Main highlights of the report: Canada is the 5th largest country of issuance in the climate-aligned universe with nearly C$33bn outstanding. Both the full climate-aligned universe and the C$ […]

Pioneer of Environment Profit & Loss accounting presents method to Chartered Professional Accountants Canada


On September 30, CPA Canada and Corporate Knights hosted a breakfast discussion with Marie-Claire Daveu, Chief Sustainability Officer at Kering to discuss the group’s innovative approach to Environmental Profit & Loss Accounting. An interview by the CPA’s Rosemary McGuire with Marie-Claire Daveu can be viewed here.

Department of Finance Canada Launches Consultations to Review the Federal Financial Sector Framework


Building on Budget 2016’s commitment to extend the sunset date for federal financial sector legislation and regulations by two years, the Department of Finance Canada today announced the launch of the first of a two-stage consultation process on the federal financial sector legislative and regulatory framework. While Canada has a highly regarded and well-functioning financial […]

A bold national action plan for energy efficient buildings


Together with ten other organisations representing leading energy and building professionals, we submitted to the Government of Canada our views on a national action plan for energy efficient buildings.  The consensus set of recommendations outlining the key policies and programs necessary on the path to an energy efficient and low carbon building sector can be […]

Ontario announces plans for new green bank


Ontario has announced plans to introduce a green bank as part of its climate plan. There are many models of green banks. Some ideas from Jeffrey Schub (Executive Director the Coalition for Green Capital) for how Ontario can make the most of the green bank can be viewed here. Germany’s Kfw green bank and Connecticut’s […]

Canada revamping the Survey of Environmental Goods and Services (SEGS) so that it includes a broader range of clean tech goods


As part of Budget 2016, the Government of Canada announced funding of $2.1 million to enhance clean technology data. Enhanced data is required to support efforts to monitor the contributions of the clean technology sector to the Canadian economy. This initiative will supplement prior investments made by Statistics Canada to improve programs in these areas, including securing […]

Ontario’s second green bond issue, $750m, 50% bigger than first issue


Ontario has successfully issued its second green bond, raising $750 million to support environmentally friendly, low-carbon infrastructure projects. Proceeds from the bond will help fund eight projects, improving transit, education, health care and creating jobs in communities across Ontario. Ontario is making the largest infrastructure investment in the province’s history – more than $134 billion […]

Alberta’s chance to reinvent itself as low-carbon resource-based economic powerhouse will require significant infrastructure investments


The Council for Clean Capitalism hosted a meeting between two dozen industry leaders and the Alberta Government on Friday, September 18th. A summary of major points covered: It was well acknowledged that we are living in different world with lower oil prices for the foreseeable future. Alberta’s failure to act on climate leadership has hurt […]