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Raw log exports are up 90 per cent in the first half of 2016 in Nanaimo (Photo: Arrowsmith Aerial Photography)
Diversification and sustainability frequent port headlines these days as ports of all sizes struggle to keep ahead and meet future growth demands. It can be a balancing act no matter what the size of the British Columbia port, with the biggest issue...
PEIT reports activities and emissions according to two separate emission boundaries
(Need to read Part I? Click here.)
Rendering of the future A/B Jetties at CFB Esquimalt (by Amec Foster Wheeler and Stantec)
The past six years has seen a transformation take place at the Royal Canadian Navy’s Esquimalt Naval Base. With the National Shipbuilding Strategy well underway, the RCN has been making significant investments into the infrastructure that will...
C02e emissions in the Fraser Valley in 2010, among the port-related emissions being updated in the 2015 inventory.
If ever there were a perfect example of the environmental maxim “Act Local, Think Global,” it would have to be the Emissions Inventory currently underway at the Port of Vancouver. The project includes several “firsts” which sh...
Rendering of Centerm expansion
Most of British Columbia’s container terminals are amid or about to begin major upgrades. Like a looming tsunami, an expected tidal wave of container growth on the West Coast has facilities from Prince Rupert to Vancouver expanding or reco...