BIV podcast (episode 54): Fassbender, ridesharing, Uber and you

Peter Fassbender, minister of community, sport and cultural development and minister responsible for TransLink 

On the latest show, hosts Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin discuss the provincial government's announcement that it will regulate ridesharing services like Uber.

Will a desire by consumers for convenience trump the cutthroat reputation of companies like Uber? Can the complexities surrounding ridesharing be resolved?

Polling for the Liberals and the NDP are roughly equal as the provincial election nears. Will transportation be an election issue? T

The Vancouver Sun and Province announce deep layoffs only weeks after a major round of buyouts. Can daily newspapers like the Sun and the Province survive the loss of journalism voices and talent? What’s the effect on journalism in B.C.? F

eature interview: Peter Fassbender, minister of community, sport and cultural development and minister responsible for TransLink, talks about introducing ridesharing services like Uber to B.C.

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