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If you had asked residents 10 years ago to describe the City of Prince Rupert, the likely response would have been ‘fishing community’ or even ‘pulp mill town.’ Today, you’re more likely to hear the words ‘port cit...
Rhianna Henderson, Deck Cadet, BCIT Nautical Sciences Program
While this space is usually reserved for senior executives from a variety of sectors within the shipping industry, we realized that we were missing an important perspective — that of the future generation of leaders. Meet Rhianna Henderson, a 2...
Captain Bob Kitching, Western Maritime Institute
If the rumour is true, by the time this article is published, Captain R.C.E. (Bob) Kitching will have retired…for the second time. As President and Managing Partner of Western Maritime Institute for the past 17 years, and Associate Dean of the...
A done deal? The Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project will likely still be a key issue for the upcoming B.C. election. Photo by Dave Roels.
If you are one for excitement, uncertainty and change, then 2017 should be a banner year for you. Having survived (mostly) two tumultuous commercial years, 2017 could include the ingredients for a recipe of very, repeat very, modest commercial recove...
Gordon Yahn, Samson Tugboats - Photo by Dave Roels
When Gordon Yahn describes his career in the marine industry in British Columbia, he does so in the context of the various mentors who have provided him with guidance and advice — Don Mackenzie, John Cosulich, Bob Shields, Wayne Cammell and oth...