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Can business cope with COVID-19?

Can business cope with COVID-19?

Bob Price talks with the BC Chamber of Commerce’s Val Litwin about how BC businesses are dealing with COVID-19, and what needs to happen next.
Indigenomics, forestry, and UNDRIP

Indigenomics, forestry, and UNDRIP

Carol Anne Hilton: One of the industries that will be most affected by UNDRIP is forestry. But the good news is much of it was already moving in the right direction.
The crude story behind the Russia/Saudi oil war

The crude story behind the Russia/Saudi oil war

Coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, the oil battle is hurting economies all over the world, including Canada.
Not one size fits all

Not one size fits all

Ada Slivinski: Credit is not a universal solution for small business during COVID-19
Pulp friction

Pulp friction

Bob Price: COVID-19 is a particular problem for BC’s pulp industry.
Housing affordability requires national, provincial and local action

Housing affordability requires national, provincial and local action

Chris Gardner: A one-trick pony approach won't cut it; we can't, and won't, tax our way to affordable housing.
COVID-19 a big blow to business

COVID-19 a big blow to business

Ada Slivinski: As behaviours shift, many businesses know they’ll necessarily take a hit, and are trying to prepare.
Something in the water

Something in the water

Jordan Bateman: Time for Canadian energy backers to quit being so bloody polite.
UnSpun with Jody Vance and George Affleck — Episode 61

UnSpun with Jody Vance and George Affleck — Episode 61

Welcome to UnSpun - The Orca's current events podcast and YouTube show. Every week, Jody Vance and George Affleck unspin the latest news in local, provincial, federal politics, and much more.
Shifting gears

Shifting gears

Bob Price: The road ahead for B.C. Truckers as technology changes and reducing emissions becomes a priority.