Carla Wilson

Updated: Head of ICBC takes over as president of BC Ferries

Jimenez has spent nearly 20 years at ICBC, including close to five years as president and CEO

B.C. Ferries moving forward on revamping its fleet maintenance unit

B.C. Ferries is moving to rebuild and modernize its decades-old fleet maintenance facility in Richmond, where 40 per cent of the work maintaining, repairing and upgrading its vessels is carried...

Advocacy group calls for cap on rent hikes for new residential tenants

Together Against Poverty Society is advocating for a vacancy control system

Submarine could move to another fleet-repair facility, DND says

If work on HMCS Chicoutimi is moved from Esquimalt, it would be a major economic blow to those employed to work on Canada’s Victoria-class submarines and a hit to the local economy

CUPE workers at B.C. Assessment ratify new contract

First year provides for a flat increase of 25 cents per hour and a 3.24 per cent increase

As more unhoused turn to living in RVs, some call to allow use of parking lots

People living in recreational vehicles are struggling to find a place to park; bylaws restrict their options

Interest-rate hike raises fears of higher allowable rent increase in B.C.

Predictions of a four to five per cent increase to help landlords recoup some of their higher costs

B.C. considers mandatory reporting for short-term rentals

Policy work underway by the province is informed by a November report on short-term rentals from the B.C. Union of Municipalities, David Eby said

Crew shortages continue to affect ferries

Despite hiring more than 800 new staff since the start of the year, crew shortages continue to affect sailings and services on B.C. Ferries