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Kitsilano Coast Guard station closed unexpectedly yesterday to shocked reactions

Kitsilano Coast Guard station closed unexpectedly yesterday to shocked reactions

The federal government closed the Kitsilano Coast Guard station unexpectedly yesterday.
Westshore ship collision slowed port’s 2012 growth

Westshore ship collision slowed port’s 2012 growth

A December ship collision that damaged loading equipment at Westshore Terminals took a bite out of Port Metro Vancouver (PMV)’s 2012 growth.
Port seeks PR help after coal backlash

Port seeks PR help after coal backlash

Weeks after okaying a controversial coal-handling expansion at Neptune Terminals, Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) is seeking help from a public relations agency.
Westshore Terminals reopens Berth 1 after collision

Westshore Terminals reopens Berth 1 after collision

Westshore Terminals' Berth 1 is back up and operating, after a ship collision in December damaged the facility's trestle, the company has announced.
B.C. companies head to Seattle area aerospace conference

B.C. companies head to Seattle area aerospace conference

Seventeen B.C. companies and two regional airports will seek new business opportunities this week at an annual aerospace conference held just outside of Seattle.
Province confirms Evergreen contract, price tag

Province confirms Evergreen contract, price tag

The province has officially awarded the Evergreen Line contract to a consortium led by SNC-Lavalin Inc., revealed its $889 million price tag and confirmed a construction start date.
On the buses: Entrepreneurs hope to fill Greyhound void

On the buses: Entrepreneurs hope to fill Greyhound void

As Canadian bus behemoth reduces its services in B.C., industry regulations complicate the launch of competing operations
Port okays controversial coal expansion

Port okays controversial coal expansion

Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) has approved coal-handling upgrades at Neptune Terminals – one of two controversial local proposals to up coal-handling capacity in the Metro Vancouver area.
Coquitlam bus tour company suspended after fatal accident

Coquitlam bus tour company suspended after fatal accident

A Coquitlam-based bus tour company has had its operations suspended after a fatal accident December 30 in Oregon, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure announced Friday.
B.C. coal exporters back federal government’s plan to privatize Prince Rupert’s Ridley Terminals

B.C. coal exporters back federal government’s plan to privatize Prince Rupert’s Ridley Terminals

Users of the northern terminal say private capital could position it better for expansion