Stock market volatility has B.C. businesses on edge

The recent downturn in US and global stock markets has Canadian economists worried. This recent economic crisis, which originally ensued from the US losing its AAA credit rating from S&P, raises questions for the well-being of British Columbia's industries. 

Experts are concerned that British Columbia's tourism and resource industries could take a hard hit if the current financial instability persists. Click here to learn more. 

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