B.C. Ferries vessel. Photo by Kam Abbot

When B.C. Ferries’ announced its employee health and fitness incentive last month, consumer organizations quickly condemned the initiative.

B.C. Ferries is offering each of its 3,000 unionized employees $300 to help pay for gym memberships or fitness equipment. The benefit, officials say, is part of an injury-reduction and employee-wellness program at the corporation….


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