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After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

Community engagement suffers, says Southern Sunshine Coast FAC chair as BC Ferries faces criticism for lack of responsiveness and delays.
All-electric plane joins Island aviation company's fleet

All-electric plane joins Island aviation company's fleet

No set date for Sealand’s electric aircraft to take flight for the first time.
Zero emission goals for trucking colliding with reality

Zero emission goals for trucking colliding with reality

‘Don’t be like California,’ warns American trucking association
B.C. Ferries adds sailings for Taylor Swift's Vancouver concerts

B.C. Ferries adds sailings for Taylor Swift's Vancouver concerts

The 11 extra round-trip sailings have been added to the Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay schedule from Thursday, Dec. 5, to Monday, Dec. 9
Granville Street bridge 'defects' do not pose safety risk: City of Vancouver

Granville Street bridge 'defects' do not pose safety risk: City of Vancouver

City is suing contractors that worked on a bridge rehabilitation project starting in 2019
Airfares fall 14% in January as demand eases and competition ramps up

Airfares fall 14% in January as demand eases and competition ramps up

OTTAWA — The price of a plane ticket fell more than 14 per cent on average in January compared with a year earlier, according to new data from Statistics Canada.
Common car safety feature fails to prevent collision most of the time, study shows

Common car safety feature fails to prevent collision most of the time, study shows

American Automobile Association tests showed rear automatic emergency braking with cross-traffic detection failed to prevent crashes between a reversing SUV and an approaching vehicle more than 97 per cent of the time.
Trucking firm involved in multiple B.C. overpass strikes loses licence to operate

Trucking firm involved in multiple B.C. overpass strikes loses licence to operate

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has cancelled the operating licence of the trucking company involved in six highway overpass strikes since 2021, but the firm says it plans to challenge the province's decision.
Air Canada taps the brakes on ramp-up, even as Canadians still want to fly

Air Canada taps the brakes on ramp-up, even as Canadians still want to fly

MONTREAL — Air Canada is proceeding more cautiously on growth plans this year, despite sturdy profits and strong bookings last quarter as its post-pandemic recovery continues.
Editorial: B.C. Ferries' vessels should be built in B.C.

Editorial: B.C. Ferries' vessels should be built in B.C.

Over the years, B.C. Ferries has allowed local shipyards to atrophy. It’s not even clear the company tries to buy locally.