Port of Prince Rupert

A study commissioned by the Port of Prince Rupert reports government revenues have more than tripled in the last decade. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port delivers $1 billion injection into Northern B.C.

Port of Prince Rupert releases 2016 economic impact study

A study commissioned by the Port of Prince Rupert reports government revenues have more than tripled in the last decade. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
COSCO Himalayas and Paxi container ships at Prince Rupert’s Fairview Container Terminal. The Himalayas has a 14,500 TEU capacity and is the largest container ship to call on a Canadian port. (Prince Rupert Port Twitter photo)

The Port of Prince Rupert welcomed the biggest container ship to dock in Canada

The 366-metre COSCO Himalayas was at the Fairview Terminal Nov. 14-19

COSCO Himalayas and Paxi container ships at Prince Rupert’s Fairview Container Terminal. The Himalayas has a 14,500 TEU capacity and is the largest container ship to call on a Canadian port. (Prince Rupert Port Twitter photo)
Vice president of Wolverine Terminals (left) Mathew Trickey and president, Serge Bisson, at the first open house in Prince Rupert for the proposed marine fuel service project. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Wolverine’s first open house

Questions answered on the Prince Rupert Fuels Service project for the port

Vice president of Wolverine Terminals (left) Mathew Trickey and president, Serge Bisson, at the first open house in Prince Rupert for the proposed marine fuel service project. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Port of Prince Rupert reports that dwell times at Fairview Terminal are improving. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Less congestion at Fairview, but still a work in progress

The Port of Prince Rupert saw Maersk and COSCO divert cargo south while it smooths terminal efficiency

Port of Prince Rupert reports that dwell times at Fairview Terminal are improving. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The Port of Prince Rupert has collaborated with Ocean Networks Canada, a not-for-profit society that has set up two observatories at Ridley Island and Digby Island. In this photo, one of the observatories is being repaired. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Rupert port to collaborate with $50.8 million government data program

The Port of Prince Rupert has been collecting baseline data for years

The Port of Prince Rupert has collaborated with Ocean Networks Canada, a not-for-profit society that has set up two observatories at Ridley Island and Digby Island. In this photo, one of the observatories is being repaired. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Cosco Shipping Lines sends four of its cargo vessels to Vancouver to alleviate congestion at the Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port experiences growing pains, causing Cosco and Maersk to divert cargo south

Vessels will go through Vancouver terminal to alleviate congestion at the Port of Prince Rupert

Cosco Shipping Lines sends four of its cargo vessels to Vancouver to alleviate congestion at the Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Maynard Angus, Aboriginal affairs manager, Port of Prince Rupert, Betty Comeau, Metlakatla elder and Metlakatla Band councillor Robert Nelson cut the ribbon to officially open the Metlakatla community greenhouse on Sept. 13. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

VIDEO: Community greenhouse encourages green thumbs in Metlakatla

The $93,240 project was half funded by the Port of Prince Rupert’s Community Investment Fund

Maynard Angus, Aboriginal affairs manager, Port of Prince Rupert, Betty Comeau, Metlakatla elder and Metlakatla Band councillor Robert Nelson cut the ribbon to officially open the Metlakatla community greenhouse on Sept. 13. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Wolverine Terminals plans to build a marine fuelling station in the Prince Rupert harbour to service large vessels coming to the port. (Contributed photo)

The port may be getting a gas station for cargo ships

Wolverine Terminals intends to build a marine fuelling service for the Port of Prince Rupert

Wolverine Terminals plans to build a marine fuelling station in the Prince Rupert harbour to service large vessels coming to the port. (Contributed photo)
Fairview Container Terminal in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)                                Fairview Container Terminal in Prince Rupert has suspended operations following an incident on Sept. 3 in the container yard. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Fairview Terminal halts operations after incident involving 11 workers

DP World sent in an industrial hygienist to deem the area safe for the community and employees

Fairview Container Terminal in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)                                Fairview Container Terminal in Prince Rupert has suspended operations following an incident on Sept. 3 in the container yard. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Minister of International Trade François-Philippe Champagne came to Prince Rupert for Fairview Terminal’s 10th anniversary on Aug. 29. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

VIDEO and Story: The best is yet to come, says Minister of International Trade

Trade minister François-Philippe Champagne visits Prince Rupert for Fairview celebration

Minister of International Trade François-Philippe Champagne came to Prince Rupert for Fairview Terminal’s 10th anniversary on Aug. 29. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Ray-Mont Logistics is gearing up for operation to export cereals and pulses through Fairview Container Terminal. (Photo contributed by Ray-Mont Logistics)

Part 3: Finding balance in the container business

Port of Prince Rupert’s mission to expand its export business

Ray-Mont Logistics is gearing up for operation to export cereals and pulses through Fairview Container Terminal. (Photo contributed by Ray-Mont Logistics)
The gantry cranes arriving to an empty Fairview Container Terminal. (File photo)

Part 2: Fairview proof of concept

A special three part series celebrating 10 years of the Fairview container terminal

The gantry cranes arriving to an empty Fairview Container Terminal. (File photo)
Shannon Lough / The Northern View                                CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert, Don Krusel.

Part 1: Fairview, selling the Rupert model

A special three part series celebrating 10 years of the Fairview container terminal

Shannon Lough / The Northern View                                CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert, Don Krusel.
Fairview Terminal                                Fairview Terminal. Shannon Lough photo

$2.1 billion for transportation corridors

Port of Prince Rupert and the city may be able to tap into federal fund

  • Jul 23, 2017
Fairview Terminal                                Fairview Terminal. Shannon Lough photo
The view from Port Edward of black smoking coming from Ridley Island Industrial Site. Contributed photo

Port apologizes for Ridley fire

Full effects of environmental impact unknown

The view from Port Edward of black smoking coming from Ridley Island Industrial Site. Contributed photo
The Port of Prince Rupert plans to build a new road for the Fairview Terminal this year. File photo

New road coming for Fairview Terminal

Road expected to remove some traffic woes for the city

  • Jul 4, 2017
The Port of Prince Rupert plans to build a new road for the Fairview Terminal this year. File photo
The view from Port Edward of black smoking coming from Ridley Island Industrial Site. Contributed photo

Citizens left in the dark about controlled Ridley fire

Port Edward residents ask for more notification and better consultation

The view from Port Edward of black smoking coming from Ridley Island Industrial Site. Contributed photo
Don Krusel, president and CEO of the Port of Prince Rupert, at the 2016 annual review of its business. Shannon Lough photo

Q & A with CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert

Don Krusel answers questions on gender balance, indigenous representation and privatization

Don Krusel, president and CEO of the Port of Prince Rupert, at the 2016 annual review of its business. Shannon Lough photo
The Port of Prince Rupert had another successful year in 2016, and at its annual general meeting the CEO and president, Don Krusel, announced more funding for community projects. Shannon Lough photo

Port dedicates $1.9 million for community projects

The Port of Prince Rupert announced a total Community Investment Fund of $7.8 million to date

The Port of Prince Rupert had another successful year in 2016, and at its annual general meeting the CEO and president, Don Krusel, announced more funding for community projects. Shannon Lough photo
Peter Lincoln with Annallia Lincoln-Loring and Lorrita Loring. Photo by Shannon Lough

Support for families in need grows

North Coast Community Services has expanded its facility for better access

Peter Lincoln with Annallia Lincoln-Loring and Lorrita Loring. Photo by Shannon Lough