B.C. Ferries cancels sailings before long weekend because of mechanical issues

2022-06-30 6:19:00 PM

B.C. Ferries cancels route ahead of long weekend because of mechanical issues

B.C. Ferries cancels route ahead of long weekend because of mechanical issues

Sailings on the Queen of Alberni out of Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay have been cancelled Thursday.

The company says in order to do repairs to its main engine cylinder head and liner, the ship will remain out of service for Thursday and possibly Friday.The following sailings on the Queen of Alberni have been cancelled Thursday:• 7:40 a.m. out of Departure Bay

• 10 a.m. out of Horseshoe Bay• 10 a.m. out of Horseshoe Bay• 12:25 p.m. out of Departure Bay• 2:45 p.m. out of Horseshoe Bay• 5 p.m. out of Departure Bay• 7:20 p.m. out of Horseshoe Bay• 9:30 p.m. out of Departure Bay• 11:40 p.m. out of Horseshoe Bay

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Back to video The company says in order to do repairs to its main engine cylinder head and liner, the ship will remain out of service for Thursday and possibly Friday.There are also allegations that Hughes told a subordinate to obtain an order for information on the board member’s cell phone on “misleading grounds,” without the chief knowing.The police service has come under intense scrutiny in recent months, with Indigenous leaders calling for the service to be disbanded altogether because of eroded trust in the community.The HBC Logistics workers launched strike action on June 22 after negotiations broke down over the issue of retroactive pay for work performed during the pandemic “I congratulate the bargaining committee on reaching a tentative agreement for these workers, primarily women with the majority being newcomers, who literally carried The Bay through the pandemic,” Unifor Ontario Regional Director Naureen Rizvi said in a release Tuesday night.

The following sailings on the Queen of Alberni have been cancelled Thursday: • 7:40 a.m. The police service has come under intense scrutiny in recent months, with Indigenous leaders calling for the service to be disbanded altogether because of eroded trust in the community. out of Departure Bay • 10 a.m. Advertisement 4 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. out of Horseshoe Bay • 10 a.  In a statement to CP24 last week, The Bay said that it had made “fair, reasonable and competitive offers which included meaningful wage increases for associates” and that it was hopeful that a resolution could be reached quickly.

m. One of the cases that led to the report was the 2015 death of Ojibway man Stacy DeBungee. out of Horseshoe Bay • 12:25 p.m. DeBungee’s sudden death while the original lead investigator led what little investigation took place,” said the report. out of Departure Bay • 2:45 p.m. Three hours after DeBungee’s death, police released a statement saying it was not deemed suspicious.

out of Horseshoe Bay • 5 p.m. A decision is expected in September, when the hearing for the two officers will reconvene. out of Departure Bay • 7:20 p.m. The board says acting deputy chief Dan Taddeo will now lead the Thunder Bay police in the meantime. out of Horseshoe Bay • 9:30 p.

m. out of Departure Bay • 11:40 p.m. out of Horseshoe Bay Other sailings on this route are expected to proceed as scheduled. B.

C. Ferries says the repairs are significant, which means Friday sailings could also be impacted. If July 1 sailings are cancelled, the company says it will notify customers. Travellers are being encouraged to take alternative service between Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver on the following routes: Vancouver (Tsawwassen) — Victoria (Swartz Bay) Vancouver (Tsawwassen) — Duke Point (Nanaimo) Share this article in your social network Share this Story: .