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What should Delta, Metro Vancouver do about truck parking dilemma?

What should Delta, Metro Vancouver do about truck parking dilemma?

Commercial truck parking is not a permitted use on the ALR
January auto sales jump nearly 15% as 'pent-up demand' continues to drive trends

January auto sales jump nearly 15% as 'pent-up demand' continues to drive trends

TORONTO — DesRosiers Automotive Consultants says auto sales jumped 14.9 per cent in January compared with the year before. Manufacturers reported an estimated 112,862 transactions for the month, up from 98,259 units in January 2023.
Strike averted: Metro Vancouver transit supervisors, bus company accept mediator's plan

Strike averted: Metro Vancouver transit supervisors, bus company accept mediator's plan

CUPE 4500 and Coast Mountain Bus Company have accepted recommendations proposed by special mediator Vince Ready, avoiding a 72-hour strike planned for this weekend.
B.C. Ferries optimistic that summer sailing season will go smoothly

B.C. Ferries optimistic that summer sailing season will go smoothly

While B.C. Ferries refines its vessel repairs and sailing schedules, the ongoing issue of crew shortages remains.
Metro Vancouver transit strike: TransLink applies to make transit an 'essential service'

Metro Vancouver transit strike: TransLink applies to make transit an 'essential service'

Transportation companies have applied to the labour board for "essential service" designations.
Metro Vancouver transit strike: Could the bus and SkyTrain network be shut down?

Metro Vancouver transit strike: Could the bus and SkyTrain network be shut down?

Another strike deadline looms.
CPKC chief executive brushes off potential effect of Mexican passenger rail decree

CPKC chief executive brushes off potential effect of Mexican passenger rail decree

The CEO of Canadian Pacific Kansas City Ltd. says he remains unperturbed by a decree from Mexico’s president that will force freight railways to allow passenger service on their tracks.
FRS Clipper resumes weekend service between Victoria and Seattle next month

FRS Clipper resumes weekend service between Victoria and Seattle next month

The Clipper V will offer daily round-trips Feb. 16-19 and Feb. 23-26
Toyota Canada issues 'Do not drive' warning for 7,300 cars over airbag defects

Toyota Canada issues 'Do not drive' warning for 7,300 cars over airbag defects

TORONTO — Toyota Canada Inc. reissued an urgent "Do not drive" warning for about 7,300 cars as part of a decade-old campaign to remind customers their vehicles may have a defective Takata airbag.
What will happen with the Metro Vancouver transit strike this week?

What will happen with the Metro Vancouver transit strike this week?

Many people are worried and unclear when the next job action will commence and what it will look like.