BIV on Roundhouse December 21: Horgan: 'There was some horse-trading along the way'

John Horgan discusses his first half-year as premier of British Columbia, his approach to the role, and reaction to the NDP
John Horgan, premier of British Columbia | Adrian Lam

On the latest show, B.C. Premier John Horgan joins BIV on Roundhouse to discuss why his campaign worked, his approach to the job, and how business has reacting to B.C.’s first NDP government in 16 years.

Roger Dall’Antonia, the new president and CEO of FortisBC, reviews 2017 and forecasts 2018 from an energy perspective.

From the BC Tech Association and Now Innovation, Rocky Ozaki reviews the latest work, culture and engagement trends, and shares what he thinks the future of work will look like in 2018.

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