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Railway container shipments plummet due to B.C. port strike that's poised to end

Railway container shipments plummet due to B.C. port strike that's poised to end

MONTREAL — Railways suffered a sharp drop-off in container shipments this month as the strike by B.C. port workers — now poised to end after a tentative deal Thursday — halted more than half of steel-box cargo. Canadian National Railway Co.
Free WiFi now on board all of Vancouver's RapidBus lines

Free WiFi now on board all of Vancouver's RapidBus lines

WiFi first started getting installed on TransLink's system in late 2021.
BC Ferries hides root cause of Victoria Day tech outage

BC Ferries hides root cause of Victoria Day tech outage

The heavily censored, detailed timeline showed the problem began at 5:26 a.m. on May 22.
Labour minister asks mediator for terms to end B.C. port strike

Labour minister asks mediator for terms to end B.C. port strike

Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan has given a federal mediator 24 hours to send him recommended terms to end the British Columbia port strike that has snarled cargo in about 30 ports and spurred fears of supply chain chaos across Canada.
Proposed passenger rights changes garner mixed response; complaints tally tops 52,000

Proposed passenger rights changes garner mixed response; complaints tally tops 52,000

MONTREAL — The Canadian Transportation Agency on Tuesday laid out proposed changes to the passenger rights charter that seek to simplify customer compensation, launching consultations on the overhaul amid skepticism from both advocates and airlines.
Here's the latest on the Delta-Richmond new tunnel project

Here's the latest on the Delta-Richmond new tunnel project

The tunnel is currently in a readiness decision phase of the review process
Trudeau says pressure is on to end B.C. port strike, on day seven of stoppage

Trudeau says pressure is on to end B.C. port strike, on day seven of stoppage

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will continue putting pressure on both sides to end the British Columbia port strike, as the stoppage drags on for a seventh day.
More pay, more benefits, more 'contracting in': The new agreement for SkyTrain workers

More pay, more benefits, more 'contracting in': The new agreement for SkyTrain workers

Union members that work on the Expo and Millennium lines are expected to vote on the deal later this month.
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s post-port-strike quest: replace Robin Silvester

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s post-port-strike quest: replace Robin Silvester

CFO Victor Pang appointed interim president and CEO while VFPA board of directors embarks on search for Robin Silvester’s replacement
Employers call for binding arbitration after fifth day of B.C. port strike

Employers call for binding arbitration after fifth day of B.C. port strike

VANCOUVER — Maritime employers in British Columbia are proposing binding arbitration to end the province's port strike, after talks with the workers' union deadlocked.
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