• B.C. terminal activity update

    Ignoring the trade-protectionist elephant in the room, 2017 might actually turn out to be banner year... Read more »
  • Prince Rupert: What a difference a decade makes

    With 25 per cent of the labour force employed by port facilities, as the Port economy goes, so goes the City of Prince Rupert. Read more »
  • Photos: New gantry cranes for Prince Rupert

    Three new cranes delivered to Fairview Container Terminal Read more »

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New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project: Construction is complete
Construction is now complete on the New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project! The focus now turns to monitoring and maintenance to ensure the newly planted native trees, shrubs, marsh plants and grasses establish successfully. Te...
Great news! BC Shipping News heard from Kleo Landucci at Ashcroft Terminal this morning (July 19/17). The fires have not affected the terminal and they're still operating 365/24/7 - it's business as usual with no interruptions. Kleo note...
Nanaimo Port Authority
Due to the upcoming retirement of the incumbent, the Nanaimo Port Authority (NPA) Board of Directors is embarking on a search to identify a new CEO for the organization. Port operations and the role of the Port itself has evolved over recent years; t...
Nanaimo Assembly Wharf (Photo: Nanaimo Port Authority / Arrowsmith Aerial)
Ignoring the trade-protectionist elephant in the room, 2017 might actually turn out to be a banner year for most B.C. terminals if First Quarter trends continue. That’s a big ‘if’ however, given the unpredictability of U.S. trade po...
Fairview Terminal (courtesy Lonnie Wishart - www.lonniewishart.com)
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...