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YVR ranks as best airport in Canada, second in North America: Skytrax

YVR ranks as best airport in Canada, second in North America: Skytrax

Airport had ranked No. 1 in North America for 12 straight years up until 2022
How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

The number of air passenger complaints to Canada's transport regulator is soaring, more than tripling to 42,000 over the past year.
As we switch to EVs, how much more electricity will we need and how green will it be?

As we switch to EVs, how much more electricity will we need and how green will it be?

We could need nearly triple the amount of power by 2050, but it is possible for all that energy to come from renewable sources
Multi-month Nexus backlog holding up Canada-U.S. cross-border travel flows

Multi-month Nexus backlog holding up Canada-U.S. cross-border travel flows

Meanwhile, restored Amtrak train service expected to help renew cross-border tourism
Metro Vancouver facing civil infrastructure issues

Metro Vancouver facing civil infrastructure issues

Population growth, aging infrastructure among biggest strains on pipe systems
John Ducker: More resources needed to keep big rigs safe on our roads

John Ducker: More resources needed to keep big rigs safe on our roads

If it requires more resources to increase inspections and enforcement to force some of these owners and operators to smarten up, then so be it.
Province steps in with $479M to save B.C.'s TransLink from potential 'death spiral'

Province steps in with $479M to save B.C.'s TransLink from potential 'death spiral'

British Columbia is injecting nearly $500 million into the Metro Vancouver transit system to save it from what officials say is a feared "death spiral" sparked in part by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Opinion: The bell tolls for drivers ā€“ again

Opinion: The bell tolls for drivers ā€“ again

Every time I think Iā€™m off the TransLink file, they pull me back in. This time, you can blame B.C. Premier David Eby.
Flair launches $50M lawsuit against leasing companies following plane seizures

Flair launches $50M lawsuit against leasing companies following plane seizures

Flair Airlines has filed a $50-million lawsuit against several plane-leasing companies over what it claims were unlawful seizures of four of its aircraft over the weekend.
CP Rail's US$31billion takeover of KCS gains final regulatory approval

CP Rail's US$31billion takeover of KCS gains final regulatory approval

The U.S. rail regulator is giving a green light to Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s takeover of Kansas City Southern Railway Co.
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