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May 14, 2021

Prince Rupert Port Authority Invests in New Accessible Playground

Lax Kxeen Elementary School’s playground is now safer and more inclusive with newly installed accessible equipment, thanks to the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s (PRPA) Community Investment Fund.

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May 10, 2021

Invasive species: Robust monitoring essential to detection, prevention

The Port Authority’s Environmental Technician, Caitlin Smith, collaborates to protect marine life. Learn more about the Port of Prince Rupert’s environmental stewardship and efforts to protect marine life at rupertport.com/sustainability.

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May 4, 2021

Taking Precautions to build a better future at the Port

Meet the person who ensures Gateway projects follow specific environmental regulations. Jack Smith, Director of Environmental Planning and Compliance for the Prince Rupert Port Authority, has helped the Port become a leader in environmental stewardship across North America. Learn more about PRPA’s commitment to environmental sustainability at rupertport.com/sustainability.

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April 13, 2021

Prince Rupert Port Authority Supports Enhanced Local Cancer Care Unit

Cancer patients of Prince Rupert Regional Hospital (PRRH) will soon benefit from a full-scale renovation of the Cancer Care Unit, ensuring the local Oncology Department is equipped with the most up-to-date technology and comfortable facilities to minimize unnecessary out-of-town medical travel for residents of Prince Rupert and the surrounding communities it serves.

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March 10, 2021

Prince Rupert Port Authority Helps Build Bike Track Designed For Riders Of All Ages

A new cycling pump track in Terrace is encouraging more people to get on their wheels, whether bicycle, tricycle, skateboard or scooter, as Northwest B.C.’s newest outdoor recreational destination.

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February 3, 2021

Prince Rupert Port Authority Begins Seal Cove Waterfront Restoration Project

Work has begun on a habitat restoration project in the Seal Cove area that will feature new and improved community recreational access on the Prince Rupert waterfront.

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