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Government of British Columbia issues environmental assessment certificate for Roberts Bank Terminal 2

Vancouver, B.C.: The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority welcomes the Government of British Columbia’s decision to issue an environmental assessment certificate for the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project. Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is one of Canada’s and B.C.’s most important trade …

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Environmental assessment and permitting

  Federal and provincial environmental assessment   A federal environmental assessment is a process led by the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC) to identify, predict and evaluate the potential environmental effects of a proposed project. This process happens before …

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Ongoing environmental work and field studies

  Building on decades of available studies of Roberts Bank, we began an environmental study program in 2011 focused on key species such as salmon, coastal birds, southern resident killer whales, Dungeness crab, and important areas like air quality and human health. This …

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Environment

As the federal agency responsible for enabling trade through the Port of Vancouver, a central part of our mandate is to protect the environment and consider local communities. From day one, we have designed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 with the …

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Environment

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