You might think that Nissan, the first car-maker to achieve widespread success with a zero-emissions electric vehicle, cares deeply about the environment. But Clayton Brander isn’t so sure.  Three years ago, the Powell River, B.C., resident chose to buy a used 2013 Nissan Leaf, motivated by a keen interest in sustainability.  “IRead More →

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WASHINGTON, Wash. – The U.S. Department of Transportation has granted tentative approval of an alliance agreement between WestJet Airlines and Delta Air Lines. The airlines intend to co-ordinate services, including network planning, pricing, and sales activities. Capacity is expected to be expanded on some existing routes while some services willRead More →

This year has been met by a collision of both pandemic-induced financial uncertainty and the heightened attention toward racial injustice throughout the United States. For award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson, it’s been a roller-coaster ride that’s evolved from a “total revenue loss,” at the outset of New York City lockdowns, toRead More →