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The Salish Sea’s orcas are late for their annual summer visit....

VANCOUVER—When a family of southern resident orcas are spotted returning to their annual summer home in the Salish Sea, alerts pop up on...

Canada’s fisheries minister defends Trans Mountain decision as orca advocates slam...

VANCOUVER—Scientists say B.C.’s iconic orcas will disappear into extinction if the Trans Mountain pipeline is built, even as the country’s fisheries minister defended...

Trans Mountain pipeline approved despite B.C. opposition

VANCOUVER—After years of protests, expensive legal challenges and heated political rhetoric, B.C.’s opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion was dealt a crushing...

Canada could see Hong Kong immigration bump after crackdown on protesters,...

VANCOUVER—Vancouver resident Ivy Li knows what it’s like to flee political uncertainty. She left Hong Kong in 1982 as a university student.“I knew...

Fines, jail time and education: How other nations deal with plastic...

VANCOUVER—While Justin Trudeau’s plan to ban single-use plastics by 2021 seems bold, Canada is following Rwanda, Kenya and the European Union in making...

Under scrutiny for recent tragedies, float planes a thriving way of...

PITT MEADOWS, B.C.— From his office in the terminal building at Pitt Meadows airport, Tom Drybrough tries to put into words the feeling...

How a group of Whitecaps fans became role models for supporting...

VANCOUVER—The swath of light-blue shirts was visible from the other side of the stadium.That section of BC Place was reserved for a group...

Vancouver considering a ban on Bitcoin ATMs — which police say...

VANCOUVER—Police have called Bitcoin ATMs “an ideal money-laundering vehicle,” and Vancouver’s mayor has even suggested a ban, but experts and businesses say federal...

Lockout begins at Vancouver port, as negotiations look to prevent crippling...

VANCOUVER—Longshore workers wearing picket signs milled about outside a Vancouver dispatch centre Thursday morning as a lockout began at British Columbia’s ports —...

Port workers and employers back at table as lockout looms

VANCOUVER—All eyes were on the ports Wednesday as a stalemate between workers and employers threatened to move to a lockout Thursday, crippling shipping...
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