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Wendy Stueck

Wendy Stueck
National correspondent

Based in Vancouver, Wendy Stueck has covered technology and business and now reports on British Columbia issues including natural resources, aboriginal issues and urban affairs.

Latest articles
Vancouver didn’t negotiate in good faith before expropriation attempt, Sahotas claim
Court’s pipeline decision underscores plight of whales
For The Globe and Mail
‘The tide has turned’: B.C. cities step up wildfire-prevention efforts
Trans Mountain’s defeat shows Ottawa has yet to come to terms with court’s demand for Indigenous consultation Subscriber content
Trans Mountain expansion halted as appeals court quashes Ottawa’s approval Subscriber content
Threatened killer whales among issues in key Trans Mountain legal case Subscriber content
B.C. wildfires renew experts' concern over hectares of dead or dying trees
Wildfire smoke blanketing much of B.C. causing health concerns, traffic warnings
Relief nowhere in sight as B.C. towns feel effects of wildfires raging nearby
Police arrest anti-pipeline protesters, dismantle encampment near Kinder Morgan facility in B.C.
B.C.’s Trinity Western University drops mandatory covenant forbidding sex outside heterosexual marriage
Victoria rejects Ontario government offer to take ownership of controversial statue of Sir John A. Macdonald
Sahotas won’t ‘roll over’ in B.C. rental building dispute
Independent contractors group claim new labour agreement will result in higher costs, delayed projects
BC NDP announces Crown corporation to handle union-friendly construction
B.C. dental college settles complaint with dentist
LNG decision will be first real test of NDP-Green alliance in B.C.
B.C. gangs ‘unique’ compared to those in other provinces
New Westminster did what Vancouver couldn’t: Fix up the Sahota family’s problem properties
‘In a lot of ways, it’s the perfect newspaper’: former Capital Gazette editor