Coast Reporter Radio: Ferries, highways and short-term rentals


This week on Coast Reporter Radio: We’re back from our August break with thoughts from premier John Horgan on staying in your car on BC Ferries, thoughts from the transportation minister on Highway 101 and ferries, and thoughts from Sunshine Coast Regional District directors on moving ahead with short-term rental regulations (see below for show notes.)

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Show Notes:

Our story on Transport Canada’s decision to re-instate ferry car deck rules:

Our stories on the Highway 101 Corridor Study:

Editor John Gleeson’s take on the Corridor Study:

Coast Reporter’s COVID-19 news page:

The provincial government website for COVID-19 information and related services and supports:

Our local governments have also launched dedicated pages:


Sunshine Coast Regional District:

The BC Centre for Disease Control’s COVID-19 resources page:

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