Once narrowly focused on a vaccine mandate for drivers entering Canada from the U.S., the protests have ballooned into a sprawling campaign against various grievances.
From firestorms in California’s Tahoe region to melting glaciers in the Alps, ski areas face a daunting array of environmental threats. Here’s what some resorts are doing.
The Six Nations in Ontario have set up a special group to oversee the investigation of student deaths, in a rare collaboration between an Indigenous group and the police.
Washed-out roads and destroyed bridges are just some of the devastation afflicting residents of the western province and could signal what climate change will bring in the future.
Journalist groups denounced the arrest of a photographer and a filmmaker covering an Indigenous pipeline protest in British Columbia.
Heavy rainfall and overflowing rivers have inundated cities in the Canadian province. The mayor of Abbotsford warned of an “uncertain and scary time” as residents took shelter in a convention center.
Dozens of drivers were trapped by landslides, and the city of Merritt warned of a “mass sewage backup.” The rainfall was part of a system that also pummeled Washington State.
The Lummi Nation has a long, proud history of contesting ecologically unfriendly projects. Can it pull off one more big win?
A habit that appeared damaging at first glance seems to make oceanic ecosystems more resilient, scientists found.
After a fireball streaked through the Canadian sky, Ruth Hamilton, of British Columbia, found a 2.8-pound rock the size of a large man’s fist near her pillow.
Titanokorys gainesi, turned up in the Canadian Rockies, was among the largest known predators 500 million years ago.
Protesters have harassed health care workers in three provinces, as well as politicians.
Short, distinctive names are assigned to storms to raise awareness about their dangers. Some experts argue for doing the same for heat waves, which can be even deadlier.
Floods swept Germany, fires ravaged the American West and another heat wave loomed, driving home the reality that the world’s richest nations remain unprepared for the intensifying consequences of climate change.
Busloads of residents went to tour the charred town of Lytton, British Columbia, this week and found it almost unrecognizable.
An early estimate points to a huge die-off along the Pacific Coast, and scientists say rivers farther inland are warming to levels that could be lethal for some kinds of salmon.
And there are fewer and fewer places to escape from the hot weather.
The heat is expected to continue for several days in some parts of British Columbia, according to weather warnings from the government.
Two gruesome discoveries of what Indigenous groups say are the remains of hundreds of children have strengthened the groups’ resolve to hold the country accountable for a long-hidden brutal history.
An Indigenous group said the remains of 751 people, mainly children, had been found in unmarked graves on the site of a former boarding school in Saskatchewan.
An Indigenous group said the remains of hundreds of children had been found in unmarked graves on the site of a former boarding school in Saskatchewan.
The fires come at a raw moment, just weeks after the discovery in British Columbia of the unmarked graves of 215 Indigenous children.
Fifty years of patient advocacy, including the shocking discovery of mass graves at Kamloops, have secured once-unthinkable gains.
Her acclaimed modernist but naturalist designs recognized the fragility of the climate and the social effects of parks and playgrounds.
The discovery of the remains of 215 children at the site of a defunct boarding school in British Columbia has rekindled discussion of a sinister time in Canada’s history.
An Indigenous community says it has found evidence that 215 children were buried on the grounds of one of the many Canadian schools set up to forcibly assimilate them.
While wide-ranging in scope and style, these pieces are alike in their power and depth.
Kaitlin Ruby Brinkerhoff met Ian McCann, a Canadian, on a mountain biking trip in her Utah hometown. They then maintained a challenging cross-border relationship through the pandemic.
An online post of a Nanaimo bar photo swiftly prompted criticism in Canada and discussion about the treat’s ideal proportions.
My friend was gone. I needed to do something to honor the person she was.
Legal pot has made Canadian justice a little fairer, with “heavily racialized” arrests for possession mostly ending. But vows on amnesty, illicit sales and Indigenous inclusion are works in progress.
The tale of a British Columbia teenager’s canny survival instincts during a snowmobile outing has brought some pandemic cheer to Canada.
Lynn Marchessault was driving her children and pets from Georgia to Alaska when she got stuck in whiteout conditions in British Columbia. Gary Bath, a Canadian veteran, came to the rescue.
Ellen Brennan Reiche, 23, and Samantha Frances Brooks, 27, were accused of tampering with train tracks to disrupt signals and possibly cause derailments, according to a criminal complaint.
In this original short story, a couple flees the bustle of the city for Desolation Sound, British Columbia. Their urges to do and be more, though, prove harder to shake.
In their spare time, two Silicon Valley developers aided conservationists in developing artificial intelligence to help keep track of individual bears.
Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia’s picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.
Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest once bred dogs in large numbers and sheared them for wool.
British Columbia’s wines are improbably being embraced by wine snobs around the world. But legal restrictions, and regional biases, are getting in the way at home.
Residents retreated indoors after smoke from wildfires in the U.S. descended on Vancouver and other communities in British Columbia.
This geographically isolated community in Washington State has avoided the coronavirus, but at a considerable cost.
A biking challenge known as “Everesting” — hill repeats equal in distance to the climb up the mountain — is catching on, with records rapidly falling.
How the closure of the U.S.-Canada border in March devastated the economy of a Washington town.
Some couples separated by the U.S.-Canada border since the closure in March, managed to meet at a border-straddling park, while others are uncertain about when they will see each other again.
First Nations peoples along British Columbia’s Central Coast led research to help preserve the area’s white-furred Spirit bears.
Dr. Bonnie Henry kept the disease in check in British Columbia without harsh enforcement methods. Now, she is leading the way out of lockdown.
The large invasive insect, sometimes known as the “murder hornet,” has reappeared in British Columbia, miles away from traps placed to contain it.
The jet crashed into a house in Kamloops, British Columbia. There was no immediate word on deaths or injuries.
Sightings of the Asian giant hornet have prompted fears that the vicious insect could establish itself in the United States and devastate bee populations.