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ICBC applying for basic rate increase of 4.9 per cent. According to its release, the number of crashes across B.C. "jumped by 15 per cent in two years from 260,000 in 2013 to 300,000 in 2015." Why 2013 and not some other year, say 2007? The numbers wouldn't fit the narrative.
The shadow of Lac-Megantic still hangs over the rail industry.
The railway that operates the track running through Lac-Megantic has threatened to sue a university lecturer who inspected
Volvo just created the car of every parent’s dreams! On July 2, the company debuted a new concept which swaps a front passenger’s
CP Rail is facing allegations it parked a train of 57 loaded rail cars, some carrying dangerous goods, unattended in the
Transport Canada was aware of a potential problem with ignition switches in the Chevrolet Cobalt eight months before General
A commercial airline pilot who wants Canadians to know the truth about pornography found in Air Canada flight decks says
CBC News has obtained an internal Air Canada bulletin warning flight crew they could be fired or face criminal charges for
Building and managing a world-class supply chain is difficult regardless the economic climate. Transporting goods quickly and efficiently is a complex task that requires coordinating and managing a number of variables within a fast-paced and volatile environment.
China has pursued this technology leadership goal for 20 years. Back in the 1990s, it began importing technology from Germany, the Siemens Velaro model; from France, the Alstom New Pendolinos. And, guess what? The Zefiro 250 type, made right here in Canada by Bombardier. In 2008, investment in high-speed rail projects shot up to $88 billion with plans to open 42 new lines.