North Vancouver (City)
January 28, 2015
- port jobs: 3,600
- wages: $240 million
- GDP generated: $430 million
- municipal taxes paid by port tenants in 2016: $5,318,443
- payment in lieu of taxes paid to municipality for vacant port land in 2016: $143,231
- shoreline managed by the port authority: 7 km
Learn more about the port’s economic impact.
Projects of interest
- North Shore Trade Area
- Neptune Terminal Dust Suppression Upgrade
- Neptune Terminal Coal Handling Expansion Project and Neptune Terminal Phosphate Handling Expansion Project
- Richardson International Grain Storage Capacity Project and Richardson International New Hopper Bin Project
- Cargill Rail Improvement Project and Cargill Noise Mitigation Project
- G3 Grain Terminal
- Noise monitoring: Our noise monitoring program helps us to gain a better understanding of the existing noise environment, identify where there might be concerns and track noise trends over the long-term.
- Neptune is North America’s largest multi-product bulk terminal. It handles metallurgical (steel-making) coal, potash, and imported phosphate rock.
- Lynnterm serves as a consolidation centre for forest products, steel and breakbulk in the Pacific Northwest. It handles wood pulp and paper, lumber, panel products, logs, steel products, project cargo and machinery.
- Cargill is a grain terminal handling wheat, durum, canola, barley and grain by-products.
- Richardson International is a major exporter of canola and cereal grains to trading economies along the Pacific Rim. It handles wheat, canola, barley, rye, flax, grain and feed products.
- The North Shore Waterfront Liaison Committee includes representatives from local residents, municipalities, industry and the port authority. The committee’s role is to liaise between different groups, share information, and address local port-related issues.
Through our community investment program, we support community projects throughout the Lower Mainland. We are proud to have contributed to the following North Shore community programs in 2015:
- Sto:lo – Bright New Day Reconciliation Circle
- North Shore Green Markets – Shipyards Friday Night Market
- Presentation House Gallery – Mapping the Spirit Trail
- Reconciliation Canada – A New Way Forward Society – Creating a New Way Forward: Reflections on TRC’s Final Report and Recommendations
- Squamish Nation Employment and Training/Eslha7an Learning Centre – Reaching for the Stars – Tsaxwamin Chat Ta Kwu’sen
- North Vancouver School District 44 and West Vancouver School District – The Hidden Journals School Book Donation Project
- Capilano University – Scholarships and Bursaries
- North Vancouver Save Our Shores Society – Save Our Shores Discovery Waterfront Walk
- Tsleil-Waututh Nation – Indian River Watershed Restoration
- Petroleum products and tanker safety
- Protecting the environment is our mandate
- Shipping and marine mammals
- Managing port noise
- Vessel numbers, now and into the future
- PortTV videos