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Funding troubles ground fledgling airline Canada Jetlines

The saga behind the ultra-low-cost carrier that has been planning to launch since 2012 involves alleged corporate scheming

Ty Speer suddenly departs Tourism Vancouver

Board of directors issues memo to announce departure

Harbour Air to test-fly ‘world’s first fully electric commercial aircraft’ December 11

The Beaver seaplane retrofitted with a 750 horsepower all-electric magni500 propulsion system

Vancouver bans plastic check-out bags as of January 2021

Utensils and plastic straws (unless required for accessibility reasons) are to be banned by April 22

Black Friday lead-up kick-starts holiday sales boom

Overpromising on price, underdelivering with inventory could break customer loyalty

Black market set to reap rich harvest from new B.C. vape laws

The black market could be the big winner if the B.C. government follows through with plans to levy a 20% tax on all vape-related products, restrict access to those products and add deterrents such as...

Vancouver Airport Authority CEO Craig Richmond to retire in mid-2020

Richmond was Business in Vancouver’s 2019 CEO of the year for running a not-for-profit company

Canada Jetlines sues Westjet co-founder Neeleman for US$27 million for corporate scheming

Neeleman allegedly phoned bank to say that he had hired Jetlines’ CEO

SkyTrain staff vote 96.8% in favour of job action

Eight days of mediation are set to help resolve the dispute

Horgan urges Coast Mountain Bus and Unifor to get back to bargaining

Coast Mountain Bus president believes mediation is the best way to end dispute