How Wood Can Spur Canada’s Green Building Drive
October 27, 2023
The building sector is the 3rd most emission intensive sectors in Canada, accounting for 13% of all emissions in 2022 or 92 MT of CO2e.
Forward Guidance: Our Weekly Preview
December 1, 2023
RBC Economics shares major economic trends to look for in the week ahead.
The Disruptors Podcast
Fall Economic Statement 2023: Federal government backloads new spending, maintains near-term bottom line
November 21, 2023
The federal government announces $20.8 billion in net new policy action over 6 years since Budget 2023 – 30% of which ($6.3 billion) will be allocated to housing affordability initiatives.
92 to Zero: How economic reconciliation can power Canada's climate goals
June 16, 2022
It’s now clear that the national priorities of Net Zero and reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples are inextricably linked. In the same spirit, we expect RBC’s reconciliation journey will increasingly intersect with our climate priorities.
Green Collar Jobs: The skills revolution Canada needs to reach Net Zero
February 16, 2022
Canada is on the cusp of a generational skills crisis. As a nation, we’ve set some of the most ambitious climate objectives in the world, led by an overarching goal to reach Net Zero emissions by 2050. This pursuit brings with it an abundance of opportunity: for Canadian innovation, for new green investment, and for economic growth.
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