Urban & Transport
Electric vehicle sales are set to explode - thanks to massive investment from car makers and new regs - which will keep driving down demand for oil. So why is the Trudeau govt still pushing pipelines?
Volkswagen's cheating on vehicle emissions dumped a million extra tonnes of pollution a year into the air and made more people sick, says David Suzuki - the latest wake-up call about the dangers of car culture.
Canadian fuel economy standards mislead consumers and don't effectively tackle GHGs. It's we shift to a better system, says Will Dubitsky.
Despite big misgivings about the way public transit has been managed to date, Rafe Mair is holding his nose and voting "Yes" in Transit Plebiscite. Here's why...
With only 8% of tax dollars flowing to cities, important services like public transit often don't receive the resources they need, says David Suzuki.
From conflicts of interest to dubious practices and increased taxpayer costs, a surprising report by the BC Finance Ministry criticizes the government's public-private-partnership program.
Metro Vancouver's transportation referendum is on the wrong track, says one group advocating for light rail over costly, ineffective SkyTrains.
Public private partnerships have cost Ontario taxpayers $8 Billion more than publicly-funded infrastructure projects would have, says the Auditor-General.
The container ship "CMA CGM Attila" that struck the dock at Vancouver's Centerm container facility Wednesday remains moored there while it undergoes repairs to its damaged hull.
The Transportation Safety Board is investigating an incident this morning at Vancouver's Centerm port - where the large container ship CMA GCM Attila struck the dock.