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Review of jet fuel pipeline project temporarily suspended

Vancouver Airport Fuel Facilities Corp.

Transportation tax changes to help Pacific Gateway goods flow

Port Metro Vancouver claims tax cap has stopped municipalities from increasing port taxes and killing investment
New floatplane terminal suing PavCo

New floatplane terminal suing PavCo

The Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre (VHFC) is launching legal proceedings against BC Pavilion Corp. (PavCo) for failing to close Harbour Air ’s temporary float plane facility just to the west of the new terminal.
Ottawa steps in to prevent Air Canada grounding

Ottawa steps in to prevent Air Canada grounding

The prospect of thousands of Canadians venting anger over a ruined spring break lit a fire under the federal government, which stepped in Thursday to prevent a threatened work stoppage at Air Canada .
Air Canada could be grounded by spring break strike

Air Canada could be grounded by spring break strike

Air Canada could be hit with a strike Monday after its biggest union issued a notice Wednesday warning that its members would walk off the job March 12 unless a labour dispute is resolved.
Risk of Air Canada strike increases with pilot lockout threat

Risk of Air Canada strike increases with pilot lockout threat

Chances of flying on Air Canada for spring break got even worse this morning when the airline served its 3,000 pilots with 72-hour lockout notice, after the Air Canada Pilots Association rejected a recent offer.
City to allow cabs to use bus lanes

City to allow cabs to use bus lanes

The City of Vancouver is officially recognizing taxis as a form of public transit by allowing them to use bus lanes.
Port Metro welcomes cap on port municipal tax rate

Port Metro welcomes cap on port municipal tax rate

Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) is voicing strong support for the province’s move, announced during last week’s B.C. budget release, to make an existing rate cap on port property taxes permanent.

Logistics giant pushes for provincial liquor deal

Patrick Kinsella's Progressive Strategies lobbies on behalf of Exel Logistics
City to install electric vehicle charging stations

City to install electric vehicle charging stations

The City of Vancouver has launched an $800,000 pilot program to expand electric charging stations across the city to encourage the use of zero-emission vehicles. Up to 67 charging posts will be installed across the city by the end of 2013.