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Seaspan awarded $500M in contracts for design, early work on 6 Coast Guard ships

Seaspan awarded $500M in contracts for design, early work on 6 Coast Guard ships

The first of the larger ‘workhorse’ Coast Guard vessels to come out of North Vancouver's Seaspan Shipyards is scheduled to launch in 2030

A B.C. class action may prompt Uber and Lyft to ensure accessible services for wheelchair users

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State of the art truck stop will give drivers a chance to recharge

State of the art truck stop will give drivers a chance to recharge

The province kicked in $17 million for the project, along with funding from the federal government.
'Air-to-marine': YVR floats idea of cargo-laden barges

'Air-to-marine': YVR floats idea of cargo-laden barges

Province announced $800,000 for sustainability projects at airport
'A rare occurrence': Metro Vancouver SkyTrain station to close for six weeks

'A rare occurrence': Metro Vancouver SkyTrain station to close for six weeks

Commuters beware.
Red Sea attacks could push more cargo to Port of Vancouver after record year: CEO

Red Sea attacks could push more cargo to Port of Vancouver after record year: CEO

Attacks on cargo vessels in the Red Sea could drive more shippers toward the Port of Vancouver after a year of record-high volumes, its CEO said.
BC Hydro’s new public EV charging rates make filling up fairer

BC Hydro’s new public EV charging rates make filling up fairer

Starting in June, the provincial utility is switching to energy-based pricing, instead of billing customers time-based rates.
B.C. funds studies aimed at net-zero airports, sustainable fuel options

B.C. funds studies aimed at net-zero airports, sustainable fuel options

RICHMOND, B.C. — A new study will collect carbon emissions data from British Columbia's regional airports with the goal of getting all airports in the province to net-zero by 2030.
B.C. to add 500 public electric vehicle charging stations to fill gaps in network

B.C. to add 500 public electric vehicle charging stations to fill gaps in network

VANCOUVER — Drivers of electric vehicles in British Columbia can expect another 500 public charging stations to come online, adding to more than 5,000 available across the province.
TransLink ‘aware’ of inaccuracies on next-bus digital signs

TransLink ‘aware’ of inaccuracies on next-bus digital signs

Why doesn't arriving 'now' always mean 'now'? The current technology is in the testing phase, the transit authority says.
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