BIV on Roundhouse October 19: How Sears Canada's demise is hitting the economy hard

Credit: Kevin Brine, Shutterstock

On the latest show, Tantalus Labs founder Dan Sutton discusses the TMX Group cracking down on publicly traded Canadian cannabis companies that may be flouting laws in the U.S.

Later, Retail Insider’s Craig Patterson discusses how landlord’s are scrambling to look for new anchor tenants ahead of Sears Canada’s impending liquidation.

Then, DBRS’s Jamie Feehely discusses whether the Canadian housing sector has reached a point of no return.

And DBRS’ Roger Lister discusses the state of Canadian banks amid pressure on housing markets in Toronto and Vancouver and slowly increasing interest rates.

Click here to listen.

comments powered by Disqus

More from BIV on Roundhouse Radio

BIV on Roundhouse January 23 - NWT premier: 'We have a lot ...

Plus, are beer taxes becoming ridiculous? And why institutional money suddenly likes cannabis producers.

Read Article

BIV on Roundhouse January 22: How Canada's "narwhals" measure up to unicorns

Charles Plant reveals which Canadian companies made the Impact Centre's "Narwhal List". 2018 is a record year for Vancouver conventions; Tourism Vancouver's Dave Gazley discusses.

Read Article

BIV on Roundhouse January 19: Fixing Vancouver's traffic woes

Plus, tips for tech etiquette in the workplace and why Vancouver's leading the way in fuel cell technology

Read Article

BIV on Roundhouse January 18: Sizing up the Bank of Canada's signals

Nick Exarhos from CIBC World Markets discusses the Bank of Canada's rate decision and policy report. PwC Canada's Dean Braunsteiner analyzes the country's IPO landscape. 

Read Article

BIV on Roundhouse January 17: The perils of Bitcoin and cannabis investments

Plus,  Facebook wants to change your newsfeed, and tips for starting a green business

Read Article

Subscribe to our mailing lists

You may withdraw your consent at any time.

* indicates required


* You can modify your newsletter subscriptions at the bottom of any newsletter you receive.
Business in Vancouver Media Group
303 West 5th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia
V5Y 1J6 · Canada