BC Ferries may soon be fuelled by the province’s abundant liquefied natural gas resources.
B.C. Ferries will eliminate 6,895 coastal sailings and slash seniors discounts to cut costs, the province revealed Monday.
Whether trying to sail a robotic boat across the Atlantic or serving in the Norwegian Coast Guard, Kristoffer Vik Hansen has a passion for the high seas.
Faced with mounting environmental pressure over the proposal to build a four- to eight-million ton coal transfer terminal at Fraser Surrey Docks (FSD), the regional port authority opened its annual meeting to public questions for the first time today.
New Democrat leader Adrian Dix tightened his criticisms of several controversial fossil fuel export proposals at a Kitsilano event on May 4, ramping up his opposition to Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion, but also calling for public hearings on a plan for a major coal terminal in Surrey.
The Tyee talks to Fraser Surrey Docks’ CEO about how his project to expand exports should interest BC.
You’ve heard the names. You’ve seen the headlines. But what, exactly, is Enbridge – the key player behind Canada’s most controversial industrial proposal?
Terminal expansion plans need community input: Vancouver mayor.
Mayor Gregor Robertson has called for more consultation regarding coal transports through Metro Vancouver, citing the impact of coal on climate change and of coal dust on human health, agriculture and marine life.