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Construction starts on new six-storey control tower at Victoria airport

Construction starts on new six-storey control tower at Victoria airport

The tower, to be completed in 2027, is expected to have state-of-the-art technology and better sightlines
Photos + Video: Here's what the new SkyTrain cars look like

Photos + Video: Here's what the new SkyTrain cars look like

The driver's seat is still around!
B.C. Ferries makes single-user washrooms all-gender, with free menstrual products

B.C. Ferries makes single-user washrooms all-gender, with free menstrual products

The change will apply to single-user washrooms in terminals and on most of its vessels.
Big parking changes coming in the City of North Vancouver

Big parking changes coming in the City of North Vancouver

Pay parking and a total revamp of resident-only parking rules are likely coming this fall
No refund for travellers who cancelled flight already scrapped by airline: regulator

No refund for travellers who cancelled flight already scrapped by airline: regulator

Four years on, the controversy over whether airlines owed refunds to passengers after cancelling hundreds of thousands of flights during the pandemic continues to simmer, aggravated by a sluggish, opaque complaints process.
BC Ferries plans long-term repair contracts with two North Van shipyards

BC Ferries plans long-term repair contracts with two North Van shipyards

Seaspan and Allied shipyards in North Vancouver will both get ferry refit work
First cruise ship in five years makes a port stop in Nanaimo

First cruise ship in five years makes a port stop in Nanaimo

A cruise ship carrying passengers last docked at Nanaimo in 2019 — the onset of the pandemic led to planned 2020 ship visits being cancelled
WestJet Encore pilots reject tentative deal; airline says no impact on operations

WestJet Encore pilots reject tentative deal; airline says no impact on operations

The union representing WestJet Encore pilots says its members rejected the tentative deal reached last month, with just over half voting the agreement down.
Labour board to review safety concerns of potential rail strike, making delay likely

Labour board to review safety concerns of potential rail strike, making delay likely

The federal government has asked the Canada Industrial Relations Board to review whether a strike by rail workers would jeopardize Canadians' health and safety, adding a new element of uncertainty in the lead-up to potential job action.
Committee calls for B.C. taxi, ride-hailing industry to improve disabled access

Committee calls for B.C. taxi, ride-hailing industry to improve disabled access

VICTORIA — A B.C. legislature committee looking into taxi and ride-hailing services has issued recommendations, including measures to improve accessibility for people with disabilities and services in small and rural communities.