Westshore Terminals is Canada's largest exporter of coal - and is the most active single export coal terminal in all of North America. It is located at Roberts Bank in Delta, BC.
The Trudeau government has pledged to phase out coal-fired electricity by 2030, but has no plans to ban millions of tonnes of Canadian-mined coal exports, U.S.-mined coal exports out of British Columbia, remove the 'investment protection' provision in NAFTA (that would likely prevent such bans), nor call on the Canada Pension Plan to end its $2 billion bid for Rio Tinto coal assets in Australia.
CTV reports, "While rebuking U.S. President Donald Trump's push to revive the coal power industry, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said the federal government has no plans to shutter Canada's coal exports. ...McKenna -- fresh off her trip to COP23 where she focused her attention on extolling the virtues of decommissioning coal -- said Canada has no plans to ban coal exports to the U.S."