The Port of Prince Rupert exists to develop trade through Prince Rupert Harbour in a way that benefits the Canadian economy, protects the beauty of the natural environment, and supports the health of the local community.
The Port of Prince Rupert takes pride in ensuring our operations and developments reflect the community's values and standards. Through a variety of programs, the Port of Prince Rupert strives to reinforce its commitment to community.
The Port of Prince Rupert announced today that it is the recipient of $21.9 million in funding from the Government of Canada to support three separate projects that will enable transportation infrastructure and gateway growth.
Pineridge Elementary School’s Parent Advisory Council and the Port of Prince Rupert have partnered up to provide new playground equipment that ensures all children and families are able to enjoy the fun.
The Prince Rupert Seamen Rugby Club, Port of Prince Rupert and School District 52 have teamed up to provide a new training program for the youth rugby program and Charles Hays Secondary’s high school rugby teams.
The Harbour Theatre Society will be debuting more than just live entertainment at this weekend’s 20th Annual Udder Theatre Festival thanks to another community investment from the Port of Prince Rupert.
The Port of Prince Rupert has gratefully acknowledged the commitment and leadership of Andrew Mayer, its Vice-President, Commercial and Regulatory Affairs and General Counsel for more than eight years.
The Port of Prince Rupert today announced an expansion project for containerized cargo on Ridley Island that will help crops from the Canadian agricultural industry reach international markets while expanding intermodal logistics capacities at the Port of Prince Rupert.