Push for a new port workers contract intensifies

Analysis | U.S. maritime industry agreements increase pressure to broker a new union contract soon for B.C. ports

BC Ferries’ earnings down despite record vehicle traffic after purchase of three vessels

BC Ferries reported total net earnings of just under $60 million in the 2018 fiscal year ended March 31, which is a more than 22% drop compared with $77 million in fiscal 2017. The decrease comes in...

Prince Rupert port appoints CEO

The port authority hired from within in appointing Shaun Stevenson to the role

Inaugural flight for Swoop, WestJet’s discount airline, landing in Abbotsford June 20

Launch comes five days after the first flight for competitor Flair Airlines, which flies out of Vancouver

High gas prices driving British Columbians to hybrids

Hybrids accounted for 20% of Toyota’s total sales in B.C. so far this year

YVR hikes expansion-plan estimate by 62%, to $9.1 billion

The Vancouver Airport Authority’s (VAA) $9.1 billion estimate for how much 75 major projects during the next 20 years will cost is $3.5 billion more than what the airport authority estimated in...

B.C.’s new cargo examination centre faces tough smuggling test

Analysis: More container traffic through West Coast ports means more opportunities for smugglers

Nanaimo-Vancouver foot-passenger ferry service will not happen this summer

Island Ferry Services will not be launching a foot-passenger service between Nanaimo and Vancouver this summer as expected. A company spokesman would not estimate Tuesday when the service might...

Border biometric security to tighten in the summer

Change could result in border-crossing slowdowns

Gas price hikes drive interest in electric, LNG options

Consumers, businesses eye vehicle alternatives as gasoline, diesel costs skyrocket