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WestJet pilots deal grants 24% pay raise over four years

WestJet pilots deal grants 24% pay raise over four years

MONTREAL — WestJet pilots are bound for a 24 per cent pay bump over four years under an agreement-in-principle between the company and the union. Pilots will receive a 15.5 per cent hourly pay raise this year retroactive to Jan.
Maritime strategy aims to boost B.C.'s shipbuilding sector

Maritime strategy aims to boost B.C.'s shipbuilding sector

$25M fund aims to help companies grow into international markets and stay competitive bidding on Canadian ships, from Coast Guard vessels to ferries
A helicopter operation is causing road closures in Downtown Vancouver

A helicopter operation is causing road closures in Downtown Vancouver

Here's what's going on and how to avoid it.
B.C. shipyards interested in $2.5B in funding to construct small coast guard vessels

B.C. shipyards interested in $2.5B in funding to construct small coast guard vessels

Point Hope Maritime specializes in ship repair and maintenance, but it said Thursday it plans to “explore this opportunity in more detail”
Work awarded for B.C. Ferries' fleet maintenance unit overhaul

Work awarded for B.C. Ferries' fleet maintenance unit overhaul

Contract value is commercially sensitive and is not being disclosed, B.C. Ferries says
Air Canada briefly grounds flights due to computer system problem

Air Canada briefly grounds flights due to computer system problem

MONTREAL — Air Canada briefly grounded its planes Thursday due to a problem with its computer system, delaying nearly half its flights.
Northern, central B.C. airports getting upgrades

Northern, central B.C. airports getting upgrades

The provincial government announced almost $20M in funding for 29 air facilities, including nine in north-central B.C.
B.C. port expansion threatens endangered killer whales, claims court challenge

B.C. port expansion threatens endangered killer whales, claims court challenge

Controversial port expansion at Roberts Bank faces judicial review after environmental groups claim it will jeopardize endangered killer whale population.
Ottawa rejigs trusted-traveller program in bid to avoid last summer's airport chaos

Ottawa rejigs trusted-traveller program in bid to avoid last summer's airport chaos

MONTREAL — The federal government has rolled out a revamp of its trusted-traveller program to clear any clogged airports as the summer travel season kicks off.
B.C. company denies misleading First Nation about rail terminal expansion plans

B.C. company denies misleading First Nation about rail terminal expansion plans

The owner of a rail terminal in British Columbia's Interior says a lawsuit launched by the Bonaparte First Nation is a "collateral attack" on the company's "numerous" grants, permits, and licenses to operate the expanding facility.
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