BIV podcast (episode 70): B.C. throne speech, Sears Canada's demise and all that Vancouver jazz

Mike Forrester, the executive director of the Coastal Jazz and Blues Society 

Hosts Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin discuss the business stories that grabbed their attention this past week. That includes the B.C. throne speech, additional licences for wine sales in grocery stores and Sears Canada seeking creditor protection.

And in this week’s featured interview, Hayley and Kirk LaPointe are joined by Mike Forrester, the executive director of the Coastal Jazz and Blues Society. The trio discusses this year’s TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival.

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