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Expensive tastes: Super rich? You need a super car

Luxury car buyers more concerned with looks than utility

Seaspan takes on new COO from Philadelphia shipyard

Seaspan Shipyards’ new chief operating officer is joining the B.C. company from Philly Shipyard in Philadelphia. Jari Anttila brings more than 25 years of experience in shipbuilding and industrial...

Vancouver’s updated rush hour times on Broadway and Hastings to stay after East 1st reopens

Businesses report seeing minimal effects of curbside changes on those streets

Greyhound Canada to end bus service in B.C.

Cuts in Western Canada to cost 415 jobs

B.C. shipyards urged to seek offshore partners to build ferries

The most practicable way to give B.C. shipyards a piece of impending new ferry construction is for local companies to partner with large offshore firms, says the executive director of the Association...

BC Ferries, premier want smaller ships built locally

BC Ferries has announced plans to have up to five new smaller ferries built to serve inter-island routes. The company is also speaking in favour of B.C. shipyards bidding for the work. “We want to...

1.5-cent-per-litre gas hike to help fund approved $7.3-billion transit plan

The increase will help fund the largest transportation investment in Metro Vancouver history

Business traveller: Airlines put flights of fancy on the menu

Major carriers upping their gourmet game with celebrity chef collaborations

CN revs up investment in B.C.

Company says some projects that target capacity issues will come online this fall

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