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CANADA'S
LEADING
EDGE

Human innovation.
Natural advantages.

CANADA'S
LEADING
EDGE

Human innovation.
Natural advantages.

CANADA'S
LEADING
EDGE

Human innovation.
Natural advantages.

CANADA'S
LEADING
EDGE

Human innovation.
Natural advantages.

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October 21, 2020

Prince Rupert Port Authority Finalizes Land Use Plan Update

The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced today that it has finalized the update to its Land Use Plan.

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October 13, 2020

Prince Rupert Port Authority Announces Contribution to SkeenaWild Research

The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) is partnering with SkeenaWild Conservation Trust by investing $50,000 from its Skeena River Salmon Enhancement Program into research that will play an important role in the future recovery of wild salmon stocks in British Columbia.

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August 27, 2020

Prince Rupert Port Authority Helps Modernize Indoor Racquet Centre

The Prince Rupert Racquet Centre has a bright new look thanks to an investment from the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA).

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Today in the harbour

Last updated: 2019-10-24 13:30:15

Ship Status Birth Cargo Arrival Departure
DAPHNEArrivedInbound to Ridley TerminalThermal Coal10/25/2020 183411/06/2020 1800
CRYSTAL MARINEArrivedRidley TerminalL.P. Gas10/24/2020 155310/25/2020 2200
OOCL CANADAArrivedFairview NorthContainer10/24/2020 040210/27/2020 2300
SANTA INESArrivedFairview ContainerContainer10/23/2020 111510/26/2020 0600
MYRTOArrivedWestview TerminalWood Pellets10/21/2020 191310/29/2020 2000

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This summer's weather gave us the blues. Here's a sneak peek. ...

Misty Monday in Prince Rupert. Our patrol vessel AMWAAL returns to Northland Cruise Terminal after a trip around the harbour. The dedicated crew is on the water every day, rain or shine.
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#smalltownbigport #canadasleadingedge #rupertadvantage #marinesafety #harbourpatrol #harbor #patrolvessel #port #portsafety #portsecurity #explorebc #beautifulbc #princerupert #northcoast #ship #bulkcarrier #maritime #breakwater #cruiseterminal #rain #mist
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Did you know?

Our Harbour Patrol vessels spent 3,638 hours covering the water around the Port of Prince Rupert last year. Our crew works 365 days a year to ensure that safety remains our top priority.

Find out more about our protocols and safeguards at link in bio
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#SmallTownBigPort #CanadaLeadingEdge #RupertAdvantage #dyk
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#TBT to 2015, we helped brighten up Sunken Gardens by contributing $50,000 through our Community Investment Fund to install new lighting and an irrigation system.

Thanks to Prince Rupert Garden Club volunteers who plant and tend to the terraced flower beds, this lush heritage garden remains a jewel of our city!
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#SmallTownBigPort #publicgarden #BeautifulBC #ExploreBC #PrinceRupert #greenthumb
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Did you know?

There was a 17% increase in container volumes handled at Fairview Container Terminal last year. Our master plan outlines potential for further expansion at Fairview, plus the development of a second container terminal at the Port of Prince Rupert’s South Kaien Island site. Find out more about our future growth at link in bio
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#SmallTownBigPort #RupertAdvantage #CanadasLeadingEdge #shipping #containershipping #TransPacificTrade #harbour #NorthCoast #DYK #port #ship #tugboat
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We are hiring!

Prince Rupert Port Authority is looking for a Technologist, Project & Field Services to work closely with the management of our Gateway Operations, Planning & Infrastructure Department.

More info on this career opportunity at link in bio.
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Happy #WorldOrcaDay!

Did you know?

The Whale Report Alert System helps commercial vessels avoid harming #killerwhales. When they're spotted, trusted observers upload info on the sighting to the WhaleReport app. An alert then goes out to pilots and shipmasters in the area, so they can take measures to protect these majestic mammals.

Learn how PRPA supports the North Coast Cetacean Research Initiative at link in bio
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#whales #orca #marineconservation #NorthCoast #marinelife #nature #BeautifulBC #cetacean #oceans #Pacific #wildlife #DYK
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Some special visitors spotted at Northland Cruise Terminal. Six juvenile #eagles perched there this morning
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#BeautifulBC #wildlife #birdsofinstagram #birdsofprey #explorebc #explorebclocal
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#TBT to the completion of PRPA's Atlin Promenade, just over two years ago. Connecting Cow Bay and the Millennium Walkway, the 80 metre promenade has improved public access to Prince Rupert's stunning #waterfront #smalltownbigport #beautifulbc #explorebc #explorebclocal ...

The Port Interpretive Centre and Prince Rupert Visitor Centre are officially open. To ensure the health and safety of our guests, there are some slight changes our services.
- Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday
- The maximum occupancy is limited to 10 people at a time
- Visitors may only enter through the front door on Cow Bay Road and exit through the door on the Atlin Terminal waterfront side
- Sanitation stations are set up for visitors at the entrance and exit
- Guests may use our washrooms, one person at a time
- To maintain physical distancing, visitors are asked to follow the markers on the floor to approach the front desk
- Printed materials such as brochures, maps, and guides are available upon request. We look forward to welcoming visitors and appreciate you taking the time to review our safety policies.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Port Information Centre at 250-624-4559 or the Prince Rupert Visitor Centre at 250-624-5637 #smalltownbigport #beautifulbc #explorebc #explorebclocal
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#HappyCanadaDay From coast to coast to coast, we celebrate the true, north, strong, and free! ...

Did you know?

The Port of Prince Rupert is the third largest port in Canada, but has the second smallest population out of all Canadian port cities. #SmallTownBigPort

Learn about what's driven our growth at 2019.rupertport.com
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We are proud to celebrate the rich history and bright future of First Nations, Inuit and Métis on #NationalIndigenousPeoplesDay
We are committed to honouring our First Nations partners. Our newest patrol vessel, AMWAAL, a name derived from the Sm'algyax word meaning 'prosperity' - is a symbol of that commitment. Chosen in consultation with Ts'msyen hereditary leaders, it signifies how we work together to achieve success for our shared communities.
The AMWAAL was blessed by Sm’ooygit Gitxoon (Hereditary Chief Alex Campbell) and Sm’ooygit Niist’ooyx (Hereditary Chief Clarence Nelson) in the Ts’msyen tradition in December 2019.
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Did you miss our virtual Annual Public Meeting? You can watch the full presentation and live Q&A with our executive team on our website. Link in bio. ...

PRPA's Annual Public Meeting starts at 5pm. Learn about the Port of Prince Rupert's record year. Link to the presentation and virtual Q&A in bio ...

Thank you to @rupertschools for recognizing the importance of nutrition and continuing to provide students in our community who access breakfast and lunch programs with food through your "Bags of Goodness". We are proud to help with delivery and support the @breakfastclubcanada program locally! Head over to @rupertschools to learn more about “Bags of Goodness”. ...

The public comment period for the Ridley Island Export Logistics Platform Project Description has been extended until April 30, 2020. To learn more about the Project, and to submit your comments, visit:
http://www.rupertport.com/logistics-platform/
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Give a Hoot for #FoghornFriday! At 7 PM ships at the Port of Prince Rupert, and along British Columbia's coast, will be sounding  their horns to participate in the celebration of thanking  health workers on the frontline of COVID-19. Let's take this time to celebrate our health care workers and the essential marine transportation workforce, who help to deliver the supplies that support our communities. ...

On Friday April 3, vessels at the Port of Prince Rupert, along British Columbia’s coast sounded their horns to celebrate and thank our provinces health workers on the frontline of COVID-19. Thank you to all of the health heroes, as well as the gateway workforce, who help deliver supplies that support our communities.#thankshealthheroes ...

The Prince Rupert Port Authority is proud to support United Way of Northern British Columbia's COVID19 Relief Fund. Thank you to the United Way for their collective effort in supporting northern British Columbia's most vulnerable during this global crisis. @unitedwaynbc ...

Give a Hoot tonight at 7 PM! Ships along British Columbia's coast will be sounding off their horns to participate in the celebration of thanking our province's health workers on the frontline of #COVID19. Let's take this time to celebrate our health care workers and the essential marine transportation workforce, who help to deliver the supplies that support our communities. #smalltownbigport ...

In the first three months of this year 1,035 containers with medical supplies moved through the Port of Prince Rupert via @dpworld’s Fairview Terminal, bringing face masks, gloves, disinfectant, medical equipment and more to critical destinations across North America via @cnrailway’s network. Thank you to the women and men who work at the #PrinceRupert gateway- the work you’re doing to ensure the safe and efficient delivery of essential supplies to the frontline of the battle against #COVID19 is very much appreciated and respected. #smalltownbigport ...

We’d like to hear from you! The Prince Rupert Port Authority is seeking feedback on the Ridley Island Export Logistics Platform Project Description. The public comment period, as part of its Environmental Effects Evaluation, is open. Learn about project here: http://www.rupertport.com/logistics-platform/#smalltownbigport ...

The Port Interpretive Centre/#PrinceRupert Visitor Centre is closed until further notice, but you can still connect with our staff! Learn how to reach out here 👆🏽 ...

Congratulations, Rainmakers! Today the Charles Hays Secondary School Rainmakers have once again made #PrinceRupert proud, winning the BC High School 2A Boys Provincial Championships for the 2nd year in a row! PRPA believes that supporting youth in their pursuit of excellence in sports, education, arts and culture is integral to building the next generation of leaders, and we are proud to support the team's quest for gold through our #VoyagetoExcellence program. @chssrainmakerbasketball ...

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Shortest Pacific Route

The Port of Prince Rupert is North America’s closest port to Asia by up to three days sailing—it’s 36 hours closer to Shanghai than Vancouver and over 68 hours closer than Los Angeles.

Safe Access to Shipping Lanes

Major marine risks are greatly mitigated by the ideal natural features of our harbour. The Port of Prince Rupert has the deepest harbour in North America, is ice-free year round, and is able to accommodate the largest vessels in the shipping trade.

Deepest Harbour in North America

Our deep, wide, and protected approaches enjoy a short, direct access to and from Pacific shipping lanes and oers ample room for anchorages. That’s why our pilot time is 2-6 hours less than other major Northwest ports.