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Top 10 List of Do’s and Dont’s After a Crash

The things people do and say following a traffic accident are often given significant weight by a judge or jury during the trial process. Underlying the theory of evidence is the notion that the further one is from the event in issue, the more inherently unreliable is the recollection of that event, given the impact [...]

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Serious Cash for Cycling Video

Did you miss our Serious Cash for Cycling Panel at SFU on May 2nd? Watch the fully edited recording below, and learn about why we need a serious investment in cycling in British Columbia.

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First #BCbikechat Storify Recap

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Public Dialogue: “Serious Cash for Cycling” May 2nd 2013

The British Columbia Cycling Coalition (BCCC) is hosting a panel discussion about the future of funding for cycling in BC. This election, cycling organizations are endorsing a Provincial Cycling Strategy which includes the recommendation that the province invest $75 million a year to improve cycling facilities and provide education for people of all ages and [...]

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PRESS RELEASE: Bike to Vote Builds Momentum for May 14th Election

Provincial campaign encourages people to cycle to the polls Vancouver, BC – A new provincial campaign aims to build voter turnout and awareness of sustainable transportation issues in the upcoming election by asking people to do one simple thing – Bike to Vote. “It just makes sense. Most polling stations are within 2 – 5 [...]

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Way Markings Celebration on Trail between Parksville and Qualicum Beach.

The Oceanside Cycling Coalition is pleased to join the RDN, City of Parksvillle, Town of Qualicum Beach and Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure in celebrating the way marking of the Parksville-Qualicum Beach Links. The P-QB Links is the way for pedestrians, cyclists and other wheelers to move back and forth between City and Town through [...]

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Sunshine Coast Transit Future Plan Report Back

On March 27, the BCCC was represented at the Sunshine Coast Transit Future Plan, Key Stakeholder Workshop 2. The workshop objectives included feedback on draft vision, goals, and targets, and input on the future transit network design and feedback on priorities for transit system changes. A submission was sent to BC Transit after the workshop. [...]

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George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project, Phase 2 Consultation

Upcoming Time Deadline – The Government needs your input by April 2 Phase 2 Consultation is under way for the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project. Whether or not you frequently use the tunnel, this is the opportunity for your input. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is trying to narrow down the potential scenarios for [...]

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Your Input Requested for an Upcoming Sunshine Coast Transit Future Plan

BCCC Members Input Requested for an Upcoming Stakeholder Meeting on the Sunshine Coast Transit Future Plan The BCCC will be represented at an upcoming stakeholder meeting on the 27th of March. As cyclists, especially those who cycle or cycle tour on the Sunshine Coast, your input is sought to help shape the BCCC’s messages for [...]

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Lead a Cycle Tour this Summer!

Interested in leading a bike tour with your cycling buddies? Is there a tour you are longing to take, but would like others to share the experience with you? Here is your chance! The BC Cycling Coalition is interested in coordinating and publicizing BC based tours led by coalition members for other members. This new [...]

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