BIV on Roundhouse July 11: Why a rate hike won't dampen Vancouver's real estate market

On the latest show, new data from Sotheby’s shows Vancouver’s luxury real estate market has plummeted over the past year. Sotheby’s Brad Henderson discusses whether the foreign buyers tax is playing a part and if a rate hike later this week from the Bank of Canada will impact sales in the region.

Then, Women in Capital Markets CEO Jennifer Reynolds talks about measures both the government and private sector can take to create gender parity in the workplace.

And ahead of this week’s ElectraFest 2017, Bruce Sharpe of the Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association talks about how market demand for electric vehicles is accelerating compared with prior years.

Later, the team from mobile gaming firm A Thinking Ape explains how the company is using video games to boost creativity in the office.

Click here to listen to the show.

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