BIV on Roundhouse July 19: What businesses want from the BC NDP government

On the latest show, the BIV tech panel discusses the potential for a hyperloop system to drastically cut costs and travel times in Canada, as well as a settlement deal Ashley Madison’s parent has agreed to pay followings it mass data breach.

Then, Booking.com’s Chris Lange discusses the best foodie spots in Vancouver for the summer, according to the travel website’s latest research.

Later, with a new government taking power in Victoria, Dan Baxter from the B.C. Chamber of Commerce outlines this year’s most pressing concerns for West Coast businesses.

And BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett discusses why the outlook for the agricultural sectors is flatlining, according to a new report from the OECD.

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