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Roberts Bank Terminal 2 receives Environmental Managers Association of B.C. award

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has received the Environmental Assessment Award from the Environmental Managers Association of B.C. for the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project. This award recognizes the methods and completeness of an environmental assessment, and the innovative application …

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Project overview

About the project

  About the project Led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a future marine container terminal in Delta, British Columbia, which will deliver critical capacity and supply chain resilience to support Canada’s growing trade. The project …

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Consultation and engagement

  Meaningful consultation with First Nations We are collaborating with First Nations around the project, who are shared stewards of the lands and waters intersecting the asserted and established traditional territories and treaty lands of the Coast Salish First Nations. …

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  Protecting the environment during construction and beyond A central part of our mandate as a port authority is to protect the environment and consider local communities while enabling Canada’s trade through the Port of Vancouver. Roberts Bank Terminal 2 …

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First annual report for Roberts Bank Terminal 2 demonstrates progress in meeting federal conditions of approval

We have submitted our first Annual report 2023: federal decision statement for Roberts Bank Terminal 2 to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada and published it on our website. As a federal agency with a public interest mandate, the Vancouver …

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