B.C. Ferries cancels and delays many sailings in response to extreme weather

    1 of 1 2 of 1

      High winds have once again interrupted ferry service between the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

      This morning, B.C. Ferries has cancelled and delayed sailings on the following routes:

      * Tsawwassen–Swarz Bay and Swarz Bay–Tsawwassen

      * Tsawwassen–Duke Point and Duke Point–Tsawwassen

      * Tsawwassen–Southern Gulf Islands and Southern Gulf Islands–Tsawwassen

      * Horseshoe Bay–Departure Bay and Departure Bay–Horseshoe Bay

      * Comox–Powell River and Powell River–Comox

      The routes from Tsawwassen will remain shut down the longest, remaing out of service until after 2 p.m.

      Service from Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay and between Comox and Powell River are expected to resume after 8:30 a.m.

      Many other routes are running as scheduled.

      B.C. Ferries is entering the busy holiday season, with less than a week until Christmas arrives.