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AT WAR WITH NATURE For autobody repair facilities in British Columbia’s East Kootenays, humanity and nature find themselves at a crossroads—sometimes it is a literal crossroads where the human ends up in a nasty car wreck and an animal is left injured. Steven Johnson, an estimator at Cranbrook, B.C.’s Rocky Mountain Collision told Collision Repair […]

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MAKING IT A WHOLE THING The public spectacle caused by a flaming Tesla in downtown Vancouver raised some red flags with Transport Canada, as the federal regulator’s collision and defect investigation team made an appearance on-scene as part of a newly launched probe into the vehicle. Transport Canada dispatched its team alongside local fire services […]

BRITISH COLUMBIA | REGIONAL NEWS

MAKING IT A BIG THING The public spectacle caused by a flaming Tesla in downtown Vancouver raised some red flags with Transport Canada, as the federal regulator’s collision and defect investigation team made an appearance on-scene as part of a newly launched probe into the vehicle. Transport Canada dispatched their team alongside local fire services […]

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KEEPING RECORD British Columbia has introduced regulations around the sale of catalytic converters in effort to curb the crime that reportedly costs the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) millions every year. As of March 14, the province now requires buyers to report each transaction, including seller information, straight to police. Catalytic converters thefts in […]

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UBER KICKED IN KELOWNA Uber Canada’s application to expand its services in British Columbia’s interior and on Vancouver Island has been rejected by the province’s Passenger Transportation board. The Board said it would not allow Uber to operate its ride-sharing service due to impacts on taxi companies and because it “was not convinced there exists […]