BIV Podcast (Episode 80): Canada's oldest company goes international

The new president and CEO of the Mining Association of B.C. Bryan Cox about the current state of the industry joins BIV.


BIV reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin discuss the Hudson Bay Companies decision to open a store in Amsterdam. The pair will also discuss planned rate hikes and the Liberal government's tax changes.
Later, Kirk LaPointe and Hayley talk with the new president and CEO of the Mining Association of B.C. Bryan Cox about the current state of the industry.
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