Chuck Chiang

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

Drayage truckers vote in support of job action against Vancouver port

A group of drayage truckers at the Port of Vancouver who threatened to take labour action earlier this month have voted in favour of escalating the dispute with the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority...

Doctor Crisis: B.C.’s doctor business diagnosis

Foreign-trained MDs ready to help ease doctor shortage, but political will lacking: observer

Major tennis tournament Laver Cup coming to Vancouver in 2023

A tennis tournament that will likely feature a number of the highest-ranked players from around the world will be hosted by Vancouver in 2023, officials said today. Organizers of the Laver Cup said...

Port of Vancouver truckers threaten strike to oppose truck-age program

A group of truckers operating Port of Vancouver’s drayage fleet is threatening job action in a bid to stop a program mandating the retiring of older trucks due to higher pollution levels. The United...

CN Rail maintaining 'normal' operations as 750 workers go on strike

Canadian National Railway Co. said it has implemented a contingency plan that will allow CN Rail to continue to operate despite 750 signal and communications workers walking off the job over the...

Vancouver west side home destroyed by fire was not approved for demolition

The Vancouver west side home that was destroyed by a massive fire late Friday had a city permit issued for salvage and abatement – but specifically not for demolition, according to municipal...

B.C. leading with law, values in trade negotiations

Western focus on regulatory issues signals a shift in global trade agreement priorities

Pro sports teams hoping for some summer 2022 wins

Revitalized fan support, revenue flow expected with the return to normal attendance rules

Canadian think-tank rings infrastructure alarm bells

Canada West Foundation documents deteriorating state of trade supply chains

Downtown Surrey BIA releases report assessing impact of medical school

Project development appears stalled since first announcement in fall 2020