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Tesla 'suddenly accelerates' into BC Ferries ramp, breaks in two

Tesla 'suddenly accelerates' into BC Ferries ramp, breaks in two

The West Vancouver Police Department is investigating the cause of a one-vehicle crash at a Horseshoe Bay ferry ramp that took two people to hospital.
Public transit struggling to lure back riders amid deficits, rising costs of living

Public transit struggling to lure back riders amid deficits, rising costs of living

TORONTO — Kelly Fairchild will be paying more to take public transit this year – money she says will come directly out of her food budget. "Food and groceries are going up and if they keep increasing transit ...
Canadian Pacific Railway and Unifor reach tentative deal for 1,200 workers

Canadian Pacific Railway and Unifor reach tentative deal for 1,200 workers

CALGARY — Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. and Unifor have reached a tentative collective agreement for 1,200 workers who are responsible for maintaining rail cars and locomotives.
Early Chinese New Year threatens further transpacific supply chain disruption

Early Chinese New Year threatens further transpacific supply chain disruption

2023 Spring Festival celebrations and factory closures will extend annual manufacturing shutdowns in China
B.C. Ferries moving forward on revamping its fleet maintenance unit

B.C. Ferries moving forward on revamping its fleet maintenance unit

No costs are being released, other than the plan exceeds $25 million, but it’s expected to be a massive redevelopment project.
Sunwing President apologizes for chaotic Christmas travel, received 7,000 complaints

Sunwing President apologizes for chaotic Christmas travel, received 7,000 complaints

OTTAWA — From long hours waiting on hold to sleepless nights on airport floors and desperate scrambles to rebook flights and find missing bags, it was a holiday travel season that no one had on their wish list — but that thousands of people got.
Air Canada says U.S. travel problems due to FAA order affecting transborder flights

Air Canada says U.S. travel problems due to FAA order affecting transborder flights

TORONTO — Air Canada is warning travellers check their flights before heading to the airport as troubles caused by a key computer outage at the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration caused delays.
Force airlines to automatically compensate travellers, passengers' advocate says

Force airlines to automatically compensate travellers, passengers' advocate says

OTTAWA — An advocate for air passengers says Canada should make it so travellers are automatically entitled to compensation from airlines when their flights are disrupted, rather than having to make claims on their own.
Transport minister will meet with committee investigating holiday travel woes

Transport minister will meet with committee investigating holiday travel woes

OTTAWA — Transport Minister Omar Alghabra has accepted a request from fellow members of Parliament to appear before a committee that is seeking answers about what led to a chaotic holiday travel season.
Coast Mountain Bus Company feels supply chain pinch

Coast Mountain Bus Company feels supply chain pinch

But no bus routes have seen service delays, according to TransLink spokesman.
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