BIV podcast (episode 71): The biggest stories to watch this summer

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Feeling a little patriotic in the wake of Canada Day, hosts Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin discuss the 150 biggest business stories to impact B.C. over the last 150 years.

Later, the pair highlights some of the notable stories to watch for as the summer unfolds.

Simon Fraser University political science professor Andy Hira joins Tyler and Kirk LaPointe later on to delve into his new book examining solutions to reducing the fashion industry’s reliance on sweatshop labour.

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