BIV on Roundhouse November 8: Will the Paradise Papers shake up Canadian politics?

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In the wake of the Paradise Papers leak, SFU political science professor Andy Hira discusses how the Canadian government should respond to revelations over financial evasion.

Later, Jason Del Vicario from HollisWealth talks about the significance of the TSX closing above 16,000 for the first time and offers insights on how to distinguish expensive active investment products from the ones that add real value.

Then, REIN vice-president Jennifer Hunt discusses new research on the top 10 cities in B.C. in which to make real estate investments.

And from autism-treating robots to unmanned retail outlets, BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett discusses how China’s advances in technology is rapidly changing its economy.

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