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Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a proposed new marine container terminal on Canada’s west coast, led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, that would play a critical role in supporting Canadian trade.

The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project involves the construction of a new three-berth marine container terminal in Delta, British Columbia. The terminal would be located in deep, subtidal waters to minimize environmental effects, and will be funded by the port authority and private investment, not tax dollars.


About the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is the federal agency responsible for the stewardship of federal port lands in and around Vancouver, British Columbia.

About the project

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a proposed new marine container terminal on Canada’s west coast led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.

Western sandpipers return to Roberts Bank this spring

Learn more about the work being done to protect western sandpipers and shorebirds at Roberts Bank.

Procurement status

The port authority is intent on choosing the best possible delivery and procurement model for construction and operation of the terminal.

Protecting salmon at Roberts Bank

Learn more about the work being done to protect salmon at Roberts Bank.

Project facts

Learn more about the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project.

Journey of a shipping container

Learn how containers transformed global trade and how we're working to ensure the port is ready for Canada's trading future.

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