BIV on Roundhouse October 10: Are Ottawa and the provinces seeing eye to eye on cannabis?

On the latest show, Marriott Hotels of Canada president Don Cleary discusses why his company is partnering with Alibaba as part of a bid to attract Chinese tourists.

Then, SFU economics professor Steve Easton discusses the implications of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s proposed excise tax on legalized cannabis.

Later, Organigram’s Ray Gracewood discusses the launch of the Canadian Cannabis Co-op, which is developing solutions for the retail and distribution side of the legalized marijuana industry.

And CIBC’s Andrew Turnbull discusses why young business owners are the ones driving exports in Canada despite trade uncertainty over NAFTA.

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