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Exclusive: Evergreen Line board pondered SNC Lavalin's legal troubles

Exclusive: Evergreen Line board pondered SNC Lavalin's legal troubles

Corruption allegations swirling around the company hired to design, build and finance the Evergreen Line rapid transit project were discussed at a meeting of the project board last June.
Feds to control all Seaspan contract news

Feds to control all Seaspan contract news

Taxpayers group says public money being wasted on federal government “spin control” as work on $8 billion shipbuilding contract intensifies
Who will foot damages from Port Mann Bridge ice bombs remains unclear

Who will foot damages from Port Mann Bridge ice bombs remains unclear

Metro Vancouver’s transportation network was clogged and businesses had difficulty transporting products when the new Port Mann Bridge was closed yesterday because foot-long ice shards were fallling from cables, damaging vehicles and injuring drivers.
Kelowna airport celebrates new routes

Kelowna airport celebrates new routes

Kelowna International Airport welcomed its first direct flight from Los Angeles yesterday – a United Airlines flight that capped a year of expansion for the airport.
Unions condemn TransLink's decision to purchase new SeaBus from Holland

Unions condemn TransLink's decision to purchase new SeaBus from Holland

TransLink has announced a new replacement SeaBus is to be built by a company in the Netherlands, and local unions are not happy.
Coal expansion debate embroils local politicians

Coal expansion debate embroils local politicians

Business groups say feds, not local politicians, must decide national port’s trade policy
New airfare advertising rules ban hidden taxes and charges

New airfare advertising rules ban hidden taxes and charges

What you see will be what you get under a new framework for airfare advertising, announced by the National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC) this morning.
One-third of Port Mann Bridge users will change routes to avoid toll

One-third of Port Mann Bridge users will change routes to avoid toll

One-third (34%) of weekly Port Mann Bridge users say they will actively seek new routes in order to avoid paying the introductory $1.50 toll, according to an Insights West poll released yesterday.
Westshore Terminals files lawsuit after ship collision

Westshore Terminals files lawsuit after ship collision

Westshore Terminals Ltd. Partnership has filed suit against the Japanese owners of the ship Cape Apricot after the vessel allegedly collided with Westshore's coal export terminal in Delta on December 7.
Teck says terminal damage won't hurt Q4 coal sales

Teck says terminal damage won't hurt Q4 coal sales

Vancouver-based Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TCK.A, TCK.B) says a ship collision that damaged a Westshore Terminals berth at Roberts Bank in Delta won't hurt the coal producer's sales this quarter.