BIV on Roundhouse August 31: New report registers unusually high uncertainty in B.C.

On the latest show, as Amazon rolls out lower prices in its recently acquired Whole Foods locations, the CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers speaks to co-host Hayley Woodin about what the move spells for smaller competitors.

Uncertainty surrounding B.C. politics continues to have a negative economic impact, and uncertainty remains unusually high in the province, according to a new Fraser Institute report. Report author and institute senior fellow Lydia Miljan discusses her findings.

In industries facing disruption, Rocky Ozaki from the BC Tech Association and Now Innovation argues why both enterprises and startups have their place.

And what does the gig economy mean for B.C. workers? Geoff Mason from Kent Employment Law weighs in on the legal implications surrounding the future of work.

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