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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...

Why the Trans Mountain expansion’s business case may not be as...

CALGARY—Politicians and business leaders alike tout the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project as a catalyst for thousands of well-paying Canadian jobs and an...

Down the line: The hope and the anxiety at either end...

When Alberta’s booming, Mike Ebertz knows it because his “oilfield guys” like to spend on flashy extras for their new vehicles in his...

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...

The cases for and against approving the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

The Star has rounded up a list of arguments both for and against the government-owned pipeline leading up to Ottawa’s expected announcement. They...

Trudeau will press Trump to aid Canadians detained in China

OTTAWA— Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Washington next week with a key aim: to persuade U.S. President Donald Trump it is in...

Blocked at the U.S. border, a Canadian orchardist fears he’s been...

VANCOUVER—Matthew Soltys arrived at the Sunwing Airlines counter at Toronto’s Pearson airport the morning of Feb. 15 with his wife and two young...

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...
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