Port of Prince Rupert

Fairview Container Terminal is operated by DP World. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

IN OUR OPINION: Third strike, what’s the next plan?

After another hazmat incident at the port when will DP World prioritize having a professional on site

  • Jul 19, 2018
Fairview Container Terminal is operated by DP World. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Gillian Kirk, Liza Aboud, Catherine Wade and Melanie Mackay are on the board of directors for Ridley Terminals Inc. and were present at the annual public meeting on July 17, 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Equality and more jobs in coal terminal’s future

Ridley Terminals Inc. shipments out of Prince Rupert increased by 90 per cent in 2017

Gillian Kirk, Liza Aboud, Catherine Wade and Melanie Mackay are on the board of directors for Ridley Terminals Inc. and were present at the annual public meeting on July 17, 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
DP World’s Fairview Terminal in Prince Rupert, B.C. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Five container yard employees hospitalized after being exposed to “unknown substance”

A hazardous materials team was sent to Prince Rupert, B.C., to investigate the incident at Fairview

DP World’s Fairview Terminal in Prince Rupert, B.C. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Ken Shaw, Coast Mountain College, and Meagan Leicht, Keystone Environmental, stand among the artificial reef structures made from recycled concrete rail ties. CN Rail is launching a pilot project in the Prince Rupert harbour this fall. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

CN upcycles old rail ties into artificial reefs

A pilot project to enhance B.C. coastal marine life is being launched in Prince Rupert

Ken Shaw, Coast Mountain College, and Meagan Leicht, Keystone Environmental, stand among the artificial reef structures made from recycled concrete rail ties. CN Rail is launching a pilot project in the Prince Rupert harbour this fall. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Clearing has been completed on South Kaien Island for the Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port warns residents of upcoming controlled burn

Two weeks mid-July, the Port of Prince Rupert will burn materials cleared for its connector corridor

Clearing has been completed on South Kaien Island for the Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The Port of Prince Rupert’s Atlin Promenade officially opened on June 20. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Walk this way: Port officially opens Atlin Promenade

Prince Rupert’s waterfront access was extended with a ribbon cutting ceremony June 20

The Port of Prince Rupert’s Atlin Promenade officially opened on June 20. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Phase 2B of the Fairview Container Terminal expansion was announced in Prince Rupert on June 19. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port of Prince Rupert announces Fairview Phase 2B expansion

DP World’s terminal expansion will increase capacity to 1.8 million TEUs a year

  • Jun 19, 2018
Phase 2B of the Fairview Container Terminal expansion was announced in Prince Rupert on June 19. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Shaun Stevenson was named the Port of Prince Rupert’s new president and CEO on June 19. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Port of Prince Rupert names Shaun Stevenson as new CEO

Stevenson has worked for the port for 21 years as vice president of trade development

Shaun Stevenson was named the Port of Prince Rupert’s new president and CEO on June 19. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Doug Kerr Field got new turf and an old name as the field is being rehabilitated for a little league baseball diamond. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Council briefs: Mayor Brain talks Vancouver trip, Councillor Niesh calls recreation a turning point

Prince Rupert city council discuss the port tax and Rampage funding opportunities on May 28

Doug Kerr Field got new turf and an old name as the field is being rehabilitated for a little league baseball diamond. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Port of Prince Rupert trade doing well in first four months of 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Trade continues to increase through Port of Prince Rupert

In first four months of 2018, thousands more tonnes of cargo moved through the North Coast terminals

Port of Prince Rupert trade doing well in first four months of 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
CN Rail’s first quarter was down four per cent in 2018. (Emelie Peacock / Black Press)

CN Rail volumes increasing after poor first quarter

Port of Prince Rupert’s intermodal trade helping CN Rail bounce back from hard winter

CN Rail’s first quarter was down four per cent in 2018. (Emelie Peacock / Black Press)
Crosswalks were painted over the weekend in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Crosswalks were painted over the weekend in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The Xin Shanghai was still docked at the Fairview Container Terminal after its navigational antenna made contact with a quay crane. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

UPDATE: Navigational antenna aboard cargo ship damaged by quay crane

Xin Shanghai had finished unloading its cargo at Fairview Container Terminal when it was hit

The Xin Shanghai was still docked at the Fairview Container Terminal after its navigational antenna made contact with a quay crane. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
On May 1, the crane hit XIN Shanghai as it came into the Fairview Container Terminal. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)

Vessel potentially damaged at Fairview Container Terminal

XIN Shanghai was delayed from leaving the Port of Prince Rupert on May 1

On May 1, the crane hit XIN Shanghai as it came into the Fairview Container Terminal. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)
Mayor Lee Brain talks about his vision for Prince Rupert at the Hays 2.0 event on Wednesday evening. (Marc Fawcett-Atkinson / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert mayor outlines visions, challenges in Hays 2.0 presentation

The community gathering last made the city’s financial position and vision for the future clear

Mayor Lee Brain talks about his vision for Prince Rupert at the Hays 2.0 event on Wednesday evening. (Marc Fawcett-Atkinson / The Northern View)
The Port of Prince Rupert saw record volumes for 2017 partly due to Phase 2 expansion at Fairview Terminal. (File photo)

Propane-like odour temporarily halts work at Fairview Container Terminal

Source of the smell at Port of Prince Rupert was from some empty containers at the terminal

The Port of Prince Rupert saw record volumes for 2017 partly due to Phase 2 expansion at Fairview Terminal. (File photo)
THE Alliance’s first call will be made by the YM Masculinity, a 6,500 TEU capacity vessel, which will arrive at the port on Saturday, April 21. (Port of Prince Rupert photo)

Fourth weekly marine service added to Port of Prince Rupert

THE Alliance and its partners have made Prince Rupert its first port of call this spring

THE Alliance’s first call will be made by the YM Masculinity, a 6,500 TEU capacity vessel, which will arrive at the port on Saturday, April 21. (Port of Prince Rupert photo)
Westview pellet terminal in Prince Rupert. (File photo)

Pinnacle pellets to feed hungry Japanese biomass industry

Canadian biomass company to sell 70,000 metric tonnes annually to Japan by end of 2019

Westview pellet terminal in Prince Rupert. (File photo)
High winds dent a silo at the pellet terminal

High winds dent a silo at the pellet terminal

The 39-meter-high silo in Prince Rupert didn’t escape damage from a windstorm on Tuesday, April 10

High winds dent a silo at the pellet terminal
Radiance of the Seas by Royal Caribbean will be the first and largest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)                                Radiance of the Seas by Royal Caribbean was to the first and largest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Largest 2018 cruise to Prince Rupert cancelled

Radiance of the Seas, carrying 2,500 passengers, won’t call on the port this season

Radiance of the Seas by Royal Caribbean will be the first and largest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)                                Radiance of the Seas by Royal Caribbean was to the first and largest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)