North Vancouver (District)
- shoreline managed by the port authority: 34.5 km
- parks in port jurisdiction: Maplewood Flats Conservation Area
Learn more about the port’s economic impact.
Projects of interest
- Mountain Highway Underpass Project – Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
- New Recreational Dock Installation – Upland owner
- Lions Gate Marine Centre – Dock Extension – Waterfront Limited Partnership
- New Shared Dock for 2626 and 2632 Panorama Drive – Upland property owners
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.
- Univar Solutions handles caustic soda solution and ethylene glycol.
- Vancouver Wharves offers services for bulk shippers moving products to and from the Pacific Northwest. It handles bulk mineral concentrates, liquids, fertilizers, specialty agri-products and dry bulk commodities.
- Canexus is a chemical terminal which imports bulk sea salt and exports caustic soda and sodium chlorate, used in the bleaching process of paper products.
- Fibreco offers one of the largest wood chip and wood pellet handling facilities in the world.
- 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 events, projects and initiatives throughout the Lower Mainland. We are proud to have contributed to the following in the District of North Vancouver:
- The Seymour Salmonid Society – Seymour River Estuary Enhancement
- Harvest Project – A Place to Call Home
- North Vancouver Save our Shores Society – Save our Shores Discovery Waterfront Walk
- Capilano University Foundation – Scholarship Endowment (International Business and Logistics)
- 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