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City cab turf war heats up

Vancouver’s four major taxi companies are seeking more licences to handle passenger volume on weekends and are blasting the province for not doing enough to crack down on illegal pickups

U.S. trade inquiry targets B.C. logistics

Election politics add volatility to probe into allegations that Canadian ports have unfair trade advantage over U.S. counterparts

YVR freight flights looking up for 2012

Vancouver International Airport is hoping bigger planes and direct flights to Asia will help it land a bigger share of the North American cargo business

Province sinks BC Ferries' plan to reduce sailings

Confidential proposal to Ministry of Transportation reveals that proposed reductions would have cut into summer months and decreased weekday sailings on major routes

Ledcor's marine moves ramp up competition in B.C.'s waterways

The construction company's recent purchase of 12 new barges gives it the capacity to supply “cradle-to-grave” transportation services to the province's pulp and paper industry

Coal Harbour dock drama drags on

Harbour Air and Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre proponents eagerly await results of provincial engineering study on port air terminal
New wave of cost-cutting measures aims to bail out embattled BC Ferries

New wave of cost-cutting measures aims to bail out embattled BC Ferries

Critics say ferry service’s budget cuts and desire to reduce sailings don’t go far enough and could hurt business

$8b challenge: Rebuild shipbuilding

Seaspan’s successful bid to build $8 billion worth of navy and coast guard vessels is merely phase 1 in the project

Evergreen enterprise accelerating

SkyTrain extension sparks construction boom as more than 1,500 homes are set for completion by the time the line is built in 2016

Abbotsford Airport focuses on industrial land expansion

YXX looks to bank on $30 million runway and terminal upgrade to develop an aerospace hub