BIV on Roundhouse October 31: How will B.C. businesses fare if NAFTA collapses?

On the latest show, the Knowledge Network’s Rudy Buttignol discusses a new documentary, Freightened: The Real Price of Shipping, which examines how the cargo shipping industry has shaped Vancouver’s economy.

Later, PwC’s John Bunting discusses new research into how Canadian real estate is being impacted by Vancouver and Toronto’s affordability crisis as well as efforts to make some regions follow Vancouver’s model becoming an “18-hour city.”

And ahead of a seminar this week on ways Canadian businesses can enter U.S. markets, Pacific Customs Brokers COO Greg Timm discusses how the potential demise of NAFTA would impact trade between the two countries.

Later, It’s almost time for Halloween and most Canadians say investing is a scarier prospect than wandering through a haunted house, according to new research from Tangerine Investments. Tangerine’s Dave McGann discusses how to make first-time investments less scary.

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