CBC All Points West: A look at how B.C.'s economy is weathering rail blockades, plummeting oil prices and COVID 19 concerns


"Oil price shocks in itself are bad for Canada and are particularly bad for the oil producing provinces but that isn't what's going to damage British Columbia," said Jock Finlayson, Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer of the Business Council of British Columbia. "Our situation is a bit different and we're going to be affected by the more weaker global economy and all the supply chain, travel and transportation disruptions occurring because of the novel coronavirus and what it's doing to Asia in particular but increasingly to other markets too."

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