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Transit, taxes on menu at chamber breakfast

May 29th, 2019 – Jane Seyd/North Shore News Bringing rapid transit to the North Shore and the impact of taxes and housing on local businesses were all on the menu as three local MLAs sat down to breakfast with North …

Government invests $2M for hydrogen refuelling stations

May 6th, 2019 – Josh Kilner/North Shore News  Ottawa has announced new funding for two retail hydrogen refuelling stations in the Lower Mainland. Joe Peschisolido, MP for Steveston–Richmond East, announced Friday that Natural Resources Canada will provide $2 million dollars …

North Shore may get express bus across Ironworkers

A positive step forward on Recommendation #4 from the Integrated North Shore Transportation Planning Project’s Report: 4. Implement a new express bus service across the Second Narrows Bridge connecting the regional rapid transit network with the North Shore to provide …

Provincial leaders discuss transit at AMS talk

March 30th, 2019 – Charlotte Alden/The Ubyssey At yesterday’s AMS “Transit Talk,” provincial leaders and students discussed affordable and accessible transportation, focusing on the SkyTrain to UBC and ridesharing. The event took place in the Michael Kingsmill Forum in the …

Province moves for faster crash clearing

March 13th, 2019 – Brent Richter/North Shore News The province is clearing the way for – hopefully – clearer bridges. The Ministry of Public Safety and solicitor general announced Friday that police will no longer have to file written reports …

Meet your new SeaBus: The Burrard Chinook

March 14th, 2019 – Brent Richter/North Shore News The latest SeaBus in TransLink’s fleet is making its debut. The transit authority has christened the Burrard Chinook, in honour of the “largest and most iconic of the Pacific salmon species.” “The …