BIV on Roundhouse July 17: The economic toll of the B.C. wildfires

Photo: B.C. Wildfire Management

On the latest show, OpenMedia’s Meghan Sali discusses how the net neutrality “day of action” aimed at the U.S. FCC could impact the future of Canada’s net neutrality safeguards.

Then, Jeremy Stone, director of Vancouver-based Recovery and Relief Services, breaks down the business impacts of B.C. wildfires.

Later, first-time homebuyers in Vancouver are increasingly stressed, according to a survey from Mortgage Professional Canada. MPC president and CEO Paul Taylor explains why those stress levels may not actually be affecting purchasing behaviour.

And eBrake CEO Troy Spracklin discusses his company’s distracted driving app, which is now being used as part of a pilot project with Telus.

Click here to listen to the show.

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