BIV on Roundhouse October 13: Is Metro Vancouver retail dying?

On the latest show, BMO’s Lesley Marks discusses whether new government policy is making B.C. and Canada lose its luster for high-net-worth investors. 

Then, PayByPhone’s new CEO, Francis Dupuis, discusses the trajectory of the Vancouver-based parking payments processor after Volkswagen acquired it in January. 

Later, CBRE’s Martin Moriarty discusses a new report examining whether retail is actually dying in Metro Vancouver. 

And Philip Cross, a researcher at the Fraser Institute and Statistic Canada’s former chief economic analyst, discusses a new report examining how Canada stacks up vs. other countries when it comes to business investment.

Click here to listen to the show. 

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