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Weather and airlines to blame for December travel chaos, survey says

Weather and airlines to blame for December travel chaos, survey says

Canadians are demanding more government regulations to protect travellers.
CN president Robinson says railway expansion a runaway train

CN president Robinson says railway expansion a runaway train

Port of Prince Rupert thriving, continues to open Canadian freight inroads to Asian markets
Updated: Port of Prince Rupert’s lower cargo numbers mirror transpacific trade drop

Updated: Port of Prince Rupert’s lower cargo numbers mirror transpacific trade drop

2022’s decrease at B.C.’s northern Asia-Pacific Gateway reflects increase in geopolitical tensions, competition and other supply chain complications
Do you want your very own BC Ferry? One's for sale and it's surprisingly cheap

Do you want your very own BC Ferry? One's for sale and it's surprisingly cheap

Could it become an ocean-going mobile home?
Chorus calls for Canadian regulator to get tough with airlines

Chorus calls for Canadian regulator to get tough with airlines

Advocates want passenger rights upheld and steeper penalties imposed
Competition Bureau asked by Saskatoon chamber to investigate flights in Saskatchewan

Competition Bureau asked by Saskatoon chamber to investigate flights in Saskatchewan

SASKATOON — The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is asking the federal competition regulator to investigate Air Canada's decision to end its flights between Saskatoon and Calgary and between Regina and Calgary.
Head of ICBC takes over as president of B.C. Ferries

Head of ICBC takes over as president of B.C. Ferries

Nicholas Jimenez led ICBC through its restructuring to bring in no-fault “enhanced care” auto insurance.
Here are the cheapest destinations for Canadians to book travel in 2023

Here are the cheapest destinations for Canadians to book travel in 2023

Find out what cities cost less to book this year and what day is your best bet to fly on.
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 ...