Port of Prince Rupert

Proposed location for Wolverine Terminals’ Prince Rupert Marine Fuels project. (Submitted)

Wolverine’s eco-fuel station for cargo ships takes a big step forward

The business would provide low-sulphur fuel to container ships within the Port of Prince Rupert

Proposed location for Wolverine Terminals’ Prince Rupert Marine Fuels project. (Submitted)
Zim Shipping containers arrived at Fairview Terminal for its inaugural call on Wednesday, March 27. (Lonnie Wishart photo)

Major shipping service added to Port of Prince Rupert

Fairview Container Terminal welcomes its first visit from Zim Integrated Shipping Services

Zim Shipping containers arrived at Fairview Terminal for its inaugural call on Wednesday, March 27. (Lonnie Wishart photo)
Shaun Stevenson, CEO and president at the Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port of Prince Rupert president on growing trade in 2019

CEO Shaun Stevenson presents on the connector road, Fairview expansion, Vopak and Wolverine fuels

Shaun Stevenson, CEO and president at the Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert Port Authority, DP World and contractors were in court on March 11 to discuss setting a trial date for charges relating to federal fisheries offences. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Trial dates edge closer for port, DP World facing fisheries charges

Defence may challenge the warrants used to gather evidence that led to 10 Fisheries Act violations

Prince Rupert Port Authority, DP World and contractors were in court on March 11 to discuss setting a trial date for charges relating to federal fisheries offences. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Luanne Roth took a photo of the Bulk Columbia in 2015 when she said it was drifting rapidly astern past her home in Prince Rupert. (Luanne Roth photo)

Anchor dragging incidents on the rise in Prince Rupert harbour

Average of seven drags a year, states report by T. Buck Suzuki Environmental Foundation

Luanne Roth took a photo of the Bulk Columbia in 2015 when she said it was drifting rapidly astern past her home in Prince Rupert. (Luanne Roth photo)
The Prince Rupert Port Authority donated $4,300 to the salvation army on Feb. 16 during the game between the Prince Rupert Rampage and the Terrace River Kings. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Goals for giving hope nets $4,300

Prince Rupert Port Authority presented the cheque to the Salvation Army on Feb. 16

The Prince Rupert Port Authority donated $4,300 to the salvation army on Feb. 16 during the game between the Prince Rupert Rampage and the Terrace River Kings. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Totem pole on Lelu Island will remain. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Future of the Lelu totem pole up to Gitwilgyoots Tribe

President of the Prince Rupert Port Authority on the moratorium and taking steps to protect salmon

Totem pole on Lelu Island will remain. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Jess, 6, and John Share from Kitimat rip down Panhandler on Kids Ride and Ski Free Day, sponsored by the Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Kid-friendly ski day at Shames

There were 175 children who skied and took lessons for free at the Port of Prince Rupert event

Jess, 6, and John Share from Kitimat rip down Panhandler on Kids Ride and Ski Free Day, sponsored by the Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
A camp was set up on Lelu Island in August 2015 to protest industrial development in the area. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port authority imposes ban on development around Lelu Island

Following Pacific Northwest LNG, there will be no future projects proposed near Flora Bank

A camp was set up on Lelu Island in August 2015 to protest industrial development in the area. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The Prince Rupert Port Authority announced today that they are committing to invest $1 million in the Skeena River Salmon. (Black Press file)

Prince Rupert Port announces $1M for Skeena River salmon

Community Investment Fund will support innovative pilot projects that increase salmon stock

  • Jan 8, 2019
The Prince Rupert Port Authority announced today that they are committing to invest $1 million in the Skeena River Salmon. (Black Press file)
Prince Rupert Port Authority was in court on Dec. 19 for charges relating to provincial environmental charges and federal fisheries offences. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert Port Authority to challenge B.C. environmental charges

B.C. Ministry of Environment laid four charges on the port for burning prohibited materials

Prince Rupert Port Authority was in court on Dec. 19 for charges relating to provincial environmental charges and federal fisheries offences. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Employees and stakeholders at the celebration of another Port of Prince Rupert milestone, Fairview Terminal handled its millionth container (TEU) for the first time in a calendar year on Dec. 18. (Lonnie Wishart photo)

Fairview Terminal reaches 1 million TEU milestone

Port of Prince Rupert reached the mark on Dec. 18 with a load of lumber from Prince George

Employees and stakeholders at the celebration of another Port of Prince Rupert milestone, Fairview Terminal handled its millionth container (TEU) for the first time in a calendar year on Dec. 18. (Lonnie Wishart photo)
Smoke from the controlled Ridley Island burn June 22-27, 2017. (Fred Oddson photo)

Port charged with burying burnt remains of treated wood

Burning the old dock on Ridley Island for five days in 2017 has led to four environmental charges

Smoke from the controlled Ridley Island burn June 22-27, 2017. (Fred Oddson photo)
Pineridge Elementary School, in partnership with the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA), unveiled upgrades to their playground last week that will make it more accessible. (Photo submitted by the PRPA)

Pineridge School adds accessibility upgrades to playground

The Port Authority of Prince Rupert contributed $37,500 to project

Pineridge Elementary School, in partnership with the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA), unveiled upgrades to their playground last week that will make it more accessible. (Photo submitted by the PRPA)
DP World, the Prince Rupert Port Authority and its contractors, Fraser River Pile and Dredge Inc., BelPacific Excavating and Shoring Limited Partnership and Bel Contracting have been charged with 10 fisheries violations that were alleged to have occurred during Phase 2 Fairview Terminal expansion. (File photo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert port and DP World faces 10 fisheries violations

DFO investigation leads to charges involving the Fairview Terminal expansion project

DP World, the Prince Rupert Port Authority and its contractors, Fraser River Pile and Dredge Inc., BelPacific Excavating and Shoring Limited Partnership and Bel Contracting have been charged with 10 fisheries violations that were alleged to have occurred during Phase 2 Fairview Terminal expansion. (File photo / The Northern View)
Western Canada Marine Response Corp. launched the first of 40 vessels for the Trans Mountain expansion project on June 12 in Prince Rupert. (WCMRC photo)

Rupert harbour sets scene for mock oil spill response

Ten vessels will be involved in the exercise meant to create a coordinated emergency response

Western Canada Marine Response Corp. launched the first of 40 vessels for the Trans Mountain expansion project on June 12 in Prince Rupert. (WCMRC photo)
Morris Kaardal was presented with the International Sailor’s Society of Canada’s Volunteer of the Year award on Sept. 18. (Left to right) Prince Rupert Port Authority CEO Shaun Stevenson, Morris Kaardal, ISSC vice-chair Dave Charlton, Seafarers chairman Norm Craddock and Port Authority marine manager Bernie Egan. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

“Mr. I’ll do it” given volunteer of the year by International Sailors Society

Morris Kaardal honored with volunteer award on Sept. 18 at Prince Rupert Seafarers’s Mission

Morris Kaardal was presented with the International Sailor’s Society of Canada’s Volunteer of the Year award on Sept. 18. (Left to right) Prince Rupert Port Authority CEO Shaun Stevenson, Morris Kaardal, ISSC vice-chair Dave Charlton, Seafarers chairman Norm Craddock and Port Authority marine manager Bernie Egan. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert’s rugby programs recently purchased new equipment and training curriculums. The Port of Prince Rupert, Prince Rupert Seamen Rugby Club and School District 52 partnered to make the equipment purchase possible. (Submitted photo)

Prince Rupert youth rugby receives new gear

Port of Prince Rupert contributed $24,215 to help purchase training equipment and instruction

Prince Rupert’s rugby programs recently purchased new equipment and training curriculums. The Port of Prince Rupert, Prince Rupert Seamen Rugby Club and School District 52 partnered to make the equipment purchase possible. (Submitted photo)
CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert, Don Krusel. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Retired Port of Prince Rupert CEO moves to Quebec Port Authority

Don Krusel announced his retirement in Sept. 2017

CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert, Don Krusel. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Leverkusen Express, a container ship with 13,000 TEU capacity, has added the Port of Prince Rupert as one of its North American ports of call. (Port of Prince Rupert photo)

Service upgrade at Prince Rupert port allows for growth

Leverkusen Express, a container ship with 13,200 TEU capacity, to call on Fairview Terminal

Leverkusen Express, a container ship with 13,000 TEU capacity, has added the Port of Prince Rupert as one of its North American ports of call. (Port of Prince Rupert photo)