Jason Chinnock, CEO at Ducati North America joins BNN to discuss the companies new motorcycle and their expansion plans in Canada.
We'll keep production in Canada despite protectionism risk: Ford Canada CEO
Ford is unveiling its latest models at the Canadian International Auto Show. BNN's Jameson Berkow catches up with Ford Canada CEO Mark Buzzell to discuss why the possibility of protectionism like won't change the company's investment plans and production in Canada.
Boardwalk REIT CEO: Positioning for growth in Alberta
Sam Kolias, chairman and CEO, Boardwalk REIT joins BNN to discuss why fears that Alberta's housing market might not have bottomed out yet are unfounded, and how Canada's second-largest residential REIT is readying for an inevitable rebound in the province's economy.
RioCan REIT CEO sees glimmers of growth in Alberta market
Ed Sonshine, CEO of RioCan REIT, joins BNN's Greg Bonnell for a look at Q4 results and at his path to re-igniting sustained organic growth.
In a speech delivered in Toronto Thursday, Victor Dodig warned Canada is not an island unto itself, and will acutely experience negative ramifications if trade barriers are erected.
More collaboration with producers key to getting product to market: Goldcorp CEO
David Garofalo, president and chief executive officer at Goldcorp, joins BNN to discuss the company's latest earnings beat and why more collaboration with other producers will result in an more efficient process of getting product into the pipeline.
We'll never relax on cost-reduction efforts: Cenovus CEO
Cenvous swung to a surprise profit in Q4 as production rose and cost-cutting measures paid off. Chief Executive Officer Brian Ferguson tells BNN the cost-cutting isn't behind him, and that he's looking to technology to help continue to bring down the cost of producing a barrel.
Abitibi Royalties CEO: What's the rush? No need for headlong growth
Ian Ball, CEO, with Abitibi Royalties says the key is to be patient right now when looking for new royalties. Ball emphasizes that although Abitibi might be the smallest of the royalty companies, it may be sitting on a even more valuable deposit then initially known.
“I feel much better after the positive tone, but that doesn’t mean that we are going to stop worrying and making sure we are getting the very best situation negotiated and agreed to in both countries,” Linda Hasenfratz told BNN in an interview Tuesday.