A man jump from a BC Ferries ship sailing from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay last Wednesday.
He launched a 100-person life raft from the ship as it entered Active Pass then leaped into the frigid water.
The body of the 90-year-old driver was later recovered from the water.
They did not choose Spirit of the WalletSucker or S.S. Should've Been A Bridge.
Spirit of the WalletSucker. Queen of the Cash Cow.
VICTORIA - A resident of British Columbia's Sunshine Coast has delivered a petition signed by more than 21,000 people, demanding more government control of BC Ferries.Laural Eacott of Powell River sai...
BC Ferries CEO Mike Corrigan says ferry fares may have to go up now that the province has said no to possible changes to the service between Nanaimo and West Vancouver. Corrigan's words come onl...
The report is straight to the point -- a decade's worth of backward ferries policy is damaging the provincial economy. Frankly, for a government that is desperate for economic investment and job creation, their decisions are puzzling.
VICTORIA - Ferry service between Gabriola Island and Vancouver Island is so unreliable and expensive that it needs to be replaced by two bridges, says the man behind a petition that spurred a governme...
NANAIMO, B.C. - A 49-year-old man wanted on several kidnapping charges in Alberta is under arrest after driving off a B.C. Ferry.David Rogerson was arrested Wednesday night at the Departure Bay ferry...
Nearly 20 per cent of British Columbians live on the coast, generating over 35 per cent of the revenue to the provincial coffers. Yet when compared to the billions of dollars of investments the provincial government has made in the Lower Mainland alone in recent years, BC Ferries are woefully underfunded. As a consequence, people, businesses and economies that rely on the ferry service suffer.
VANCOUVER - Karl Lilgert acknowledges he was in charge of the Queen of the North passenger ferry in the dying minutes of its final voyage seven years ago.Lilgert even admits it may have been his own m...
VANCOUVER - The bridge of an ill-fated British Columbia ferry may not have been staffed according to federal government regulations before the ship slammed into an island and sank, a B.C. Supreme Cour...
A Queen of the North ferry crew member told a B.C. Supreme Court jury in Vancouver that watching the ship go down seven years ago was like watching the movie Titanic. Senior chief engineer Brian Eric...