The CBHA is the premier organization for Candian business historians and professionals looking to build connections with the past, and for the future.
The most influential companies in Canada partner with the CBHA.
We aim to encourage more studies of Canadian enterprise, help build and maintain well-structured open business archives, provide a forum for business historians and professionals to connect, and encourage research projects on relevant subjects via resources and funding.
"Climate and Business/The Business Climate" aims to bring together scholars interested in exploring the intersections between business and the environment.
Read CBHA member Vincent Geloso's review of Morris Altman's "Lessons from a Successfully Export-Oriented, Resource-Rich Economy: Quantitative Adventures into Canada’s Past".
Read CBHA member Matthew J. Bellamy's review of Nicholas Mulder's "The Economic Weapon: The Rise of Sanctions as a Tool of Modern War".
Read CBHA member Dimitry Anastakis' review of Donald Savoie's “Thanks for the Business: K.C. Irving, Arthur Irving, and the Story of Irving Oil".
Read CBHA member Tim Kennish's review of Mark Bourrie's "Big Men Fear Me: The Fast Life and Quick Death of Canada's Most Powerful Media Mogul".