Rolando Hinojosa

Private insurers push for more auto competition

Industry claims more opportunity for private firms will drive down premiums in B.C.

New Canada Line train cars delivered at Fraser Surrey Docks

The first part of TransLink’s expansion of the line arrives from South Korea, delivered by the same company that handled the original 36 trains in 2009

Surrey Board of Trade welcomes $102 million transportation infrastructure investment

The organization praised the federal government’s investment in five infrastructure projects to increase efficiency at the Port of Vancouver

GCT marks Vancouver container-shipping milestone

The largest terminal operator in the country celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first dedicated deep-sea container ship to dock at LaPointe Pier, now a part of its Vanterm terminal

Mattress Recycling springs back in Hope, B.C.

With new $3.5 million facility, firm can help companies reduce carbon footprints and help municipalities save money

Building the case for more mass timber construction

B.C. government investing in engineered wood as producers eye market demand

Coast Capital Savings announces small-business lending partnership with online lender

Surrey-based credit union partners with OnDeck Canada to expand small-business financing and accelerate its national expansion

Seaspan Marine unveils $1.5 million training simulator facility

Seaspan Marine Transportation unveiled a new marine simulator facility, the first and only of its kind in North America, in its North Vancouver office on July 4. The simulator, which required an...

Trucking industry group welcomes rate-setting regulatory amendments

Association says it supports government decision to give container trucking commissioner authority to set rates and fuel surcharges and to compensate drivers for trips without containers

Bill C-262’s legal uncertainty a certainty, say experts

Crown’s ability to override Indigenous rights to consent not clear under proposed bill