BIV on Roundhouse November 10: Legal cannabis in the workplace has businesses worried

On the latest show, Consumer Choice Center’s David Clement explains why Vancouver’s empty homes tax won’t address the city’s affordable housing issues.

And ahead of a panel next week on the future of NAFTA, SFU political science professor Ted Cohn discusses the nature and history of Canada-U.S. trade relations in the context of current renegotiations.

Then, serial entrepreneur and GradusOne founder Manny Padda talks about his organization’s merger with Vancouver-based League of Innovators and how he hopes to push more young people to launch businesses.

Later, Surrey Board of Trade CEO Anita Huberman discusses the business community’s concerns over marijuana in the workplace.

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