BIV on Roundhouse June 14: The tech stock slump and a trillion dollar question

Apple was one of the companies leading the tech stock slump seen Friday, June 9 and Monday, June 12. | Credit:

On the latest show, BIV’s weekly tech panel tries to answer the trillion dollar question: are the world’s tech giants overvalued?

The international vice-president of Canada’s largest building trades union discusses LiUNA’s historic partnership with the Assembly of First Nations. 

Boughton Law's Tony Wilson shares what you need to know about Canada’s anti-spam legislation, and the provisions coming into effect July 1. 

And housing supply is simply not keeping pace with demand in most of the province: BCREA chief economist Cameron Muir will break down B.C.’s latest housing trends.

Click here to listen to the show. 

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