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How B.C. is building its brand in bespoke electric vehicles

How B.C. is building its brand in bespoke electric vehicles

The province’s nascent EV industry is benefiting from opportunities south of the border as global demand rises.
Airfares continue to rise from last year — and soar above pre-pandemic levels

Airfares continue to rise from last year — and soar above pre-pandemic levels

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says airfares rose two per cent year-over-year in June, and continued to soar above pre-pandemic levels. Figures from the consumer price index show the increase follows a 4.
I have unpaid speeding tickets in another province. Can I get pulled over if I drive there?

I have unpaid speeding tickets in another province. Can I get pulled over if I drive there?

Most police forces in Canada use automated licence plate recognition (ALPR), where cruiser-mounted infrared cameras snap photos of up to 3,000 plates an hour – catching cars in both directions
Highway improvements coming to B.C. northwest, including better Wi-Fi access

Highway improvements coming to B.C. northwest, including better Wi-Fi access

VICTORIA — The B.C. and federal governments are jointly providing $195 million for a series of highway improvements in Tahltan Nation territory in the province's northwest. A statement from B.C.
Regional rail for south B.C.? Group wants Coquitlam to get on side

Regional rail for south B.C.? Group wants Coquitlam to get on side

A non-profit society dedicated to bringing regional rail from the Fraser Valley to Whistler, through the Tri-Cities, spoke at Coquitlam's committee of council on Monday, July 15, 2024. It didn't get the response it wanted.
WestJet and mechanics' union ratify contract in aftermath of strike

WestJet and mechanics' union ratify contract in aftermath of strike

CALGARY — A collective agreement between WestJet and its mechanics has been ratified, just weeks after a two-day strike forced large-scale flight cancellations and cost the airline millions of dollars.
Shared e-scooter system to hit Vancouver roads this summer

Shared e-scooter system to hit Vancouver roads this summer

The first neighbourhoods will be Hastings-Sunrise and Grandview Woodland
Airline regulator prods passenger to keep quiet on complaint rulings

Airline regulator prods passenger to keep quiet on complaint rulings

A consumer rights organization says the Canadian Transportation Agency is pressuring passengers to stay silent about its rulings on their complaints — a move the country's airline regulator says falls squarely within its mandate under the law.
Commercial vehicle inspection serves up lots of violations

Commercial vehicle inspection serves up lots of violations

Delta Police and CVEU officers record 403 violations

Transit company Keolis North America signs deal to double size of Canadian operations

TORONTO — Transit company Keolis North America says it has signed a deal that will see the company double the size of its Canadian operations.