Prince Rupert Gateway Ready to Support Disrupted Supply Chains


The Prince Rupert Port Authority is fully engaged in supporting the response to the devastating impacts of the flooding in southern British Columbia and is ready to help the communities and supply chains being impacted by it.

The Port of Prince Rupert remains fully operational and is not experiencing any impact to port or rail operations related to the extreme weather events in southern British Columbia. The Port of Prince Rupert is one of Canada’s critical gateways for supply chains, facilitating $60 billion in trade annually and is ready to activate its full capacity. A number of terminals within the Port of Prince Rupert currently have the ability to handle additional cargo and are actively engaged with shippers and CN to assist in facilitating the movement of critical goods, supplies and trade.

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August 24, 2022

PRPA Announces Completion of Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor Project

The Prince Rupert Port Authority’s (PRPA) Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor formally opened today with an official ribbon cutting ceremony.

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July 21, 2022

PRPA Announces Change in Leadership Team

The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced today that after 30 years of service, Joe Rektor, Vice President of Finance & Corporate Services, is retiring from PRPA and Agnes Piotrowski is joining the organization as Vice President, Finance to take his place.

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July 19, 2022

PRPA Helps Build Accessible Playground at Ecole Roosevelt Park Community School

Children attending Ecole Roosevelt Park Community School and living in the surrounding neighbourhood have a brand-new playground to explore, with equipment designed to enable greater inclusivity and collaboration.

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