Ridley Terminals

Increased steel-making coal shipments are expected under an extension agreement between Ridley Terminals and Teck Resources. Coal is stockpiled on site at Ridley Terminals or loaded onto ships for export. (Shannon Lough photo) 

New deal between Ridley Terminals and Teck Resources will increase coal exports

Extension agreement between Ridley Terminals and Teck Resources to increase steelmaking coal shipments

  • Jan 18, 2020

 

Superintendent for School District 52 accepts a $288,500 cheque from Marc Dulude, COO and president of Ridley Terminals Inc. (RTI photo)

Ridley Terminals donates $1 million to community projects

Prince Rupert coal terminal donates $288,500 to school district for Truth and Reconciliation plan

 

B.C.’s coal terminal expansion to accommodate diversification

B.C.’s coal terminal expansion to accommodate diversification

Ridley Terminals kicked off 30-day consultation with open houses in Prince Rupert and Port Edward

 

Ridley Terminals Inc., a coal export terminal, is a Crown corporation based on the North Coast of B.C. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Metlakatla, Lax Kw’alaams to receive 10 per cent stake in Ridley Terminal sale

Sale of RTI coal terminal expected to be completed by summer 2019

Ridley Terminals Inc., a coal export terminal, is a Crown corporation based on the North Coast of B.C. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Potential sale of Ridley Terminals concerning to Rupert council

Potential sale of Ridley Terminals concerning to Rupert council

B.C. coal terminal presents plans to expand its berth to City of Prince Rupert

Potential sale of Ridley Terminals concerning to Rupert council
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)
Ridley Terminals Inc. plans to expand its existing berth to accommodate future growth. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Ridley Terminals moves ahead with expansion project

With coal volumes increasing, RTI wants to be able to load two vessels simultaneously

Ridley Terminals Inc. plans to expand its existing berth to accommodate future growth. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
A CN coal train derailed on Jan. 19 near New Hazelton. (Michael Grace-Dacosta photo)

UPDATE: Coal train derailment near New Hazelton

CN reports no injuries or dangerous goods involved after coal train derailment in Northern B.C.

A CN coal train derailed on Jan. 19 near New Hazelton. (Michael Grace-Dacosta photo)
Students in the school district will learn to build and control a Lego Mindstorm robotic with the new kits purchased with grant funding from Ridley Terminals. (Flickr photo)

RTI donates $138,500 for robotics in the school district

Ridley Terminals funds coding and robotic education in Prince Rupert classrooms

Students in the school district will learn to build and control a Lego Mindstorm robotic with the new kits purchased with grant funding from Ridley Terminals. (Flickr photo)
Ridley Island Inc.’s coal terminal. (File photo)

In Our Opinion: RTI coal goals

The forecast for Ridley Terminals is looking good if the coal market stays hot

Ridley Island Inc.’s coal terminal. (File photo)
Marc Dulude, president and chief operating officer of Ridley Terminals Inc. discusses the corporation’s financials and strategies on August 9. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Lumps of hope for Ridley’s financial forecast

The 2016 annual general meeting for the coal terminal offered cautious optimism for rising demand

Marc Dulude, president and chief operating officer of Ridley Terminals Inc. discusses the corporation’s financials and strategies on August 9. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)