Show hosts for World's Greenest Homes:
John Bell (season II)
A celebrated carpenter and avid sportsman who loves gourmet cooking, architecture, and the great outdoors, John Bell has worked as a weatherman and sports anchor (Global TV), as a design assistant and carpenter on the home makeover series, Colour Confidential (W Network), and even on the big screen in the sci-fi thriller Earth Storm.
John has an undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario, a broadcast diploma from Fanshawe College. And, when he’s not on location for World’s Greenest Homes, is busy with a wide variety of carpentry projects, as well as project managing renovations and new construction builds.
Emmanuel Belliveau (season I)
Emmanuel Belliveau tried a number of trades before submitting to his
lifelong passion for architecture and design. He honed his creative
instincts during a stint with FNDA Architecture in Vancouver where he
collaborated on commercial and residential projects at home and as far
afield as Dubai. In addition to learning everything about the trade,
Emmanuel was introduced to sustainable design while working on a
project for his highness, the Aga Khan.
With his knack for transforming dated objects into modern classics, Emmanuel landed his first television gig as the funny and dynamic co-host of My Parents’ House (HGTV). When he’s not hacking through walls or re-tooling old furniture for the series, Emmanuel is busy renovating homes, playing Ultimate Frisbee, and managing his own design business.