MUSIC STUDIO RECEIVES NOTEWORTHY CONTRIBUTION FROM PRINCE RUPERT PORT AUTHORITY
The Prince Rupert and Region Music Society is the latest beneficiary of the Prince Rupert Port Authority's Community Investment Fund, with a $250,000 contribution made today at the site of the future shared-use Music Studio.
PRINCE RUPERT PORT AUTHORITY WELCOMES MAUREEN MACARENKO TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Prince Rupert Port Authority today welcomed to its Board of Directors Ms. Maureen Macarenko, a lifelong Prince Rupert resident and businesswoman with nearly four decades of experience in the shipping and customs industries.
CONSTRUCTION OF $90-MILLION ROAD, RAIL AND UTILITY CORRIDOR AT PORT OF PRINCE RUPERT WILL SUPPORT BILLIONS IN NEW TERMINAL DEVELOPMENTS AND INCREASE CANADIAN TRADE CAPACITY AND EXPORTS TO ASIA-PACIFIC MARKETS
A ceremony today at the Port of Prince Rupert's Ridley Island Industrial Site marked the official start of construction of the port's $90-million Road, Rail and Utility Corridor project, which will boost Canada's capacity to increase its exports to fast-growing Asia-Pacific markets.
During an event in Prince Rupert Friday afternoon, representatives of the Government of Canada, the Government of British Columbia, CN Rail, and the Prince Rupert Port Authority will officially launch construction of the Port of Prince Rupert’s $90-million Road, Rail and Utility Corridor.
CONTAMINATION SOURCE ENCAPSULATED AT SITE OF ENVIRONMENTAL INCIDENT
Through a joint effort led by the Prince Rupert Port Authority, the source of an oil leak at Prince Rupert’s Fairview Bay was encapsulated early Saturday evening. An act of vandalism on port property triggered the fluid leak from decommissioned electrical transformers.
NEW RAIL SIGNALS ENHANCE SAFETY AND REDUCE WHISTLING
If the weekend was a little quieter in Prince Rupert, it's because the Prince Rupert Port Authority and CN have completed a long-term project to quell mandatory train whistling at two waterfront rail crossings.
PORT'S HOCKEY SPONSORSHIP NETS BIG WIN FOR LOCAL CHARITY AT SEASON CLOSER
The Prince Rupert Rampage hockey club concluded its 2012/2013 season Saturday night at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre with the season's title sponsor, the Prince Rupert Port Authority, announcing a significant charitable contribution related to the team's achievements.
Shortly before 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, November 21st, the container vessel Hanjin Geneva -- which had run aground at the entrance to Prince Rupert harbour -- was moved successfully into deep water, proceeding under its own power to berth at Fairview Container Terminal.