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Alternative route to Island's west coast to get a closer look

Alternative route to Island's west coast to get a closer look

After another closure of Highway 4, the regional district wants to reopen the search for alternative routes to the west coast of the Island
Musqueam artifacts found during construction at YVR

Musqueam artifacts found during construction at YVR

Artifacts have been sent to a certified archaeology and heritage lab for assessment.
B.C. Transit still hopes to receive electric buses despite maker's bankruptcy

B.C. Transit still hopes to receive electric buses despite maker's bankruptcy

California maker Proterra has filed for bankruptcy protection
Update: Canada Line track issues resolved, resuming regular service

Update: Canada Line track issues resolved, resuming regular service

Track issues caused heavy delays on Tuesday morning
Updated: B.C.’s unionized port workers ratify four-year collective agreement

Updated: B.C.’s unionized port workers ratify four-year collective agreement

ILWU Canada members vote 75 per cent in favour of accepting a new contract to end Asia-Pacific Gateway cargo movement disruption and labour uncertainty along the province’s waterfront
Delta planning new Tsawwassen multi-use pathway

Delta planning new Tsawwassen multi-use pathway

The project is part of the city’s Cycling Master Plan
City ends pedestrian-friendly street pilot project after only five weeks

City ends pedestrian-friendly street pilot project after only five weeks

Feedback from businesses reveals the Yew Street pilot was disrupting their operations, says the City.
Vancouver International Airport set for busy B.C. Day weekend

Vancouver International Airport set for busy B.C. Day weekend

Airport traffic set to be only three per cent below 2019 level
EV rebates suggest uptake in battery-powered cars soared in spring

EV rebates suggest uptake in battery-powered cars soared in spring

On average about 4,200 rebates were issued each month since the program launched in May 2019. But in April, May and June, over 30,000 rebates were delivered, or more than 10,000 each month.
BC Ferries says computer systems upgraded to anticipate traffic spikes this weekend

BC Ferries says computer systems upgraded to anticipate traffic spikes this weekend

Upgrade follows a nearly nine-hour service outage over Victoria Day long weekend
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