Chuck Chiang

Trilingual multimedia journalist for print/online/radio/video. Specializes in Asia-Pacific relations with Western Canada.

Trudeau, Horgan announce joint fed-provincial committee on climate-change disaster response

Ottawa and the B.C. provincial government have agreed to establish a joint committee of ministers dealing directly with disaster response and climate-change resiliency – including the ongoing...

Feds contribute $4.1m to Vancouver port to resolve supply-chain issues

The federal government will give Vancouver Fraser Port Authority $4.1 million towards the preparation of an industrial site for container storage in addressing the ongoing supply chain issues,...

CN Rail plans to resume service to Vancouver on Wednesday

Canadian National Railway Co. will reopen some services linking the Port of Vancouver to the rest of the province and country on early Wednesday, the rail operator said today. In a statement, CN...

No quick fix in sight for road and rail repair in B.C.

Special report: Rainstorm washouts underscore need for climate change mitigation budgets: experts

Expert defends B.C. rail infrastructure as CP aims to restore service next week

Scale of storm, not rail companies, to blame for disruptions of service, UBC logistics researcher says

Streaming sales trend secures Canadian beachhead

British firm eyes Vancouver for mobile e-commerce studio

Assessing the COP26 China factor

The country’s harsh COVID realities conflict with its environmental commitment: experts

Expert: Few alternatives for cargo vessels at Vancouver port as rail links remain broken

For a port already dealing with congestion and traffic jams prior to this month’s “atmospheric river” rainstorm disaster, the cutting off of rail cargo links to Vancouver presents another major...

The economics of flooding in B.C.

How has flooding around B.C. thus far affected tourism, supply chains, the insurance industry and general movement around the region?

B.C. highway washouts, closures to severely strain supply chains running through Vancouver

The massive atmospheric-river rainstorm that struck B.C. over the weekend will likely bring continued disruptions to an already strained supply-chain situation in Western Canada, as all Canadian...