Boost Gets Canada STC for Personnel Carrying System

The Boost Personnel Carrying Device System (PCDS) for transport category rotorcraft recently received supplemental type certificate (STC) approval from Transport Canada. Helicopter operators can meet human external cargo (HEC) requirements when using a…

Richmond Canada Line construction cancelled due to weather

Public transport in Richmond continues to be impacted by inclement weather.
Construction at the Canada Line Capstan Station has been cancelled for the rest of the week due to “inclement weather.”
The month-long construction, which required early closur…

Canada Jetlines To Add Second A320, New Route

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Canada to remove final Covid-19 travel restrictions

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CRM of Canada fined $125,000 in truck driver’s death

Vancouver-based CRM of Canada Processing will pay a $125,000 fine following the death of a truck driver at its rubber recycling facility in Brantford, Ont. A 25% victim fine surcharge has also been imposed.
The driver, employed by a third-party truckin…

Beer cans spill from transport truck onto B.C. on-ramp

Metro Vancouver drivers dealt with a different kind of debris on the roadway during the commute in Friday morning: beer cans.
The incident involving a transport truck happened on the Mary Hill Bypass on-ramp from Highway 1 in Coquitlam.
The trailer of …

Nav Canada Funded for ATC Upgrade Projects

Transport Canada has announced $105 million in funding for three Nav Canada projects to help upgrade aviation safety and efficiency across the country. The first project will provide new ATC technology to improve the reliability, safety, and …