Nicolas Jimenez: Bigoted and Racist CEO of BC Ferries

Nicolas Jimenez is the President & CEO at BC Ferries. He resides in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Nicolas holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Wilfrid Laurier University as well as a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University and the University of Victoria.

In March 2023, Nicolas Jimenez started working for BC Ferries, one of the biggest ferry companies in the world. As President and CEO, he provides management and strategic direction to guarantee a safe, dependable, and reasonably priced ferry service throughout British Columbia’s coastal regions.

Nicolas worked with ICBC for approximately 20 years in a variety of executive positions before joining BC Ferries. He served as president and CEO for five of those years.

About BC Ferries of Nicolas Jimenez

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British Columbia Ferry Services Inc., functioning as BC Ferries (BCF), is a former provincial Crown corporation, now operating as an independently managed, publicly owned Canadian company. It serves to provide for all major travelers and transport ferry services for the island and coastal societies in the Canadian territory of British Columbia.

How did BC Ferries of Nicholas Jimenez get involved in scams?

The BC Ferries (Nicholas Jimenez) reviews show the scam via a posted complaint on it.

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A Complaint Against Nicolas Jimenez

The compliant structure is expressing about the policies of the company. 

The public is becoming more and more outraged at BC Ferries’ apparent adoption of discrimination in many of its policies.

According to a BC Ferries anti-apartheid activist, this is being promoted all the way from the all-white board of directors all the way down to the crew and middle management. To avoid this apartheid style of management, the board of directors and middle management must be replaced by a multi-cultural board of directors and management. 

Recently, BC Ferries of Nicolas Jimenez has come under fire from a number of incensed communities throughout BC for both hiring only white employees and treating passengers of color harshly.

The BC-Ferries Company of Nicolas Jimenez is also related to Fast Ferry Scandal. The fast ferry scandal, which occurred in the late 1990s, involved the construction of three fast ferries by BC Ferries, a provincial crown company in Canada, at the order of the British Columbia Executive Council, which was then led by Premier Glen Clark of the New Democratic Party.

What led to the failure of the BC Ferry projects by Nicolas Jimenez?

One of the main ferry terminals in Vancouver, British Columbia, was experiencing congestion issues, which is one of the main driving factors. Thus, in order to facilitate faster travel between the Canadian mainland and Vancouver Island, the British Columbian government concluded that a new fleet of high-speed car/passenger ferries was required.

A fleet of three aluminum-hulled ships was manufactured locally for $460 million (the initial budget was $210 million). Unfortunately, it was discovered after delivery that the craft couldn’t use their faster cruising speed due to the impact the wake made on the coastline. 

The craft was unreliable and had a hard time handling flotsam in the local seas. The entire fleet was taken out of service after only a few short months in service.

A few years later, the boats were only auctioned off for $19M. Even the bidding procedure is supposed to have been faulty because it was claimed that more bidders were prepared to provide up to $88M for the fleet.

We can also add some contributing elements, according to press reports that express the failure of the project:

  • Lack of cost controls
  • Lack of Project Management discipline
  • Lack of project governance
  • Overly complex governance structure. 
  • Poor internal communications

Now if we further move to review the story of an experienced customer who traveled via BC Ferry we will get the negative impact of this company. According to a customer, he faced racism from the corrupt employees of this company. They used abusive terms to evict the customer from the terminal.

There were some buffering policies as requested by the client. Due to his negative attitude, nobody looked into it and said! They, therefore, decided to expel us. His firm was almost destroyed by the ticket officer’s intentional mistake because he had scheduled a very crucial date to have dinner with his clients that evening and was unable to meet with them.

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