The K.J. Gardner is in Victoria after sailing from the Netherlands to start its new job working off B.C.’s coast
The Carnival Panorama had been headed to a Portland shipyard for repairs, but was too tall to get under a bridge over the Columbia River
Call for shipyards interested in designing and building the ferries closes Dec. 1, with the first vessel in the new ferry class expected to be ready for service in 2029
The Mayne Queen, the M.V. Bowen Queen, and the Powell River Queen, all built in 1965 in Victoria, are all part of a new request for expressions of interest closing Dec. 13.
Municipalities will be required to adopt new zoning bylaws to comply with the provincial changes by June 30 of next year
Together Against Poverty Society says new restrictions on short-term rentals will potentially bring new 'desperately needed' rentals into the long-term rental market
Mark Holland says the move was needed to stop the proliferation of short-term rental units amid an affordable-housing shortage