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Former driver for ‘underground’ Richmond ride-hailing service shares her story

Former driver for ‘underground’ Richmond ride-hailing service shares her story

The former driver says she's speaking out because she knows many others like her have been taken advantage of by the illegal business
Zipcar to close operations and drive out of British Columbia on May 1

Zipcar to close operations and drive out of British Columbia on May 1

But they will still be operating in other North American cities
As it loses $1 million a day, BC Ferries has few options

As it loses $1 million a day, BC Ferries has few options

The financial picture now for BC Ferries is “unbelievable," says their CEO
'Misjudgment in ship handling' to blame for hard landing: BC Ferries

'Misjudgment in ship handling' to blame for hard landing: BC Ferries

The bow of the 26-year-old ferry was damaged as it pulled into the berth at Tsawwassen
TransLink announces layoffs, route cancellations, and service reductions as 'cost-saving measures'

TransLink announces layoffs, route cancellations, and service reductions as 'cost-saving measures'

“This has been an incredibly tough decision and one we do not take lightly,” says TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond
TransLink could be 'unrecognizable' without senior government cash: Mayors' Council

TransLink could be 'unrecognizable' without senior government cash: Mayors' Council

"We are talking about segments and routes of the transit system completely gone out of the system," says council chair Mayor Jonathan Cote
TransLink losing $75 million per month, seeks emergency funding

TransLink losing $75 million per month, seeks emergency funding

TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond says ‘dire situation’ could force cancellation of entire routes
North Shore’s R2 RapidBus makes quiet debut

North Shore’s R2 RapidBus makes quiet debut

The long-awaited Marine-Main R2 RapidBus entered service with little fanfare, as COVID-19 has kept commuters at home
BC Ferries is screening passengers for COVID-19 before allowing them to board

BC Ferries is screening passengers for COVID-19 before allowing them to board

Transport Canada announced new measures on Sunday regulating commercial passenger vessels and ferries to stop the spread of COVID-19
Union representing BC Ferries workers readying for battle after layoffs

Union representing BC Ferries workers readying for battle after layoffs

Unionized workers are surprised BC Ferries “announced layoffs without taking any of the steps they are obligated to take under the collective agreement.”