An OC Transpo driver who made headlines across the country when he stood up to an Islamophobic attack on a city bus has died.
Alain Charette died Aug. 14, after a battle with cancer, according to an obituary posted online. He was 61.
In May 2016, a passenger on a
Getting the concrete right at the beginning of a major project such as Ottawa’s light rail transit system will pay off in the maintenance of the infrastructure over the long-term, an expert says.
Moncef Nehdi, a Western University engineering professor with expertise in concrete technology, said the proper production and
Doug Ford says he intends to slash the size of Toronto city council in half in the name of “efficiencies.”
But there’s another reason for Ford’s enthusiasm to squash council’s influence: his plot to take over public transit in Toronto.
And like his shock and awe to reshape Toronto’s political system,
Rising numbers of assaults against Edmonton bus drivers have caused city council to consider implementing retractable shields on new buses. The shields would be installed on the air conditioned buses currently being brought in, to protect drivers against physical threats when necessary.
According to a report heading to an