Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a future marine container terminal on Canada’s west coast led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, that will deliver critical capacity and supply chain resilience.

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 involves the construction of a trade-enabling three-berth marine container terminal on new federally owned land, built in subtidal waters to minimize environmental effects. Once operational, the terminal will increase container terminal capacity by more than 30% on Canada’s west coast, strengthen reliable access to goods Canadians use every day, and play a key role in supporting Canadian exporters who increasingly want to trade with economies around the world.

The project has been designed under our public-interest federal mandate, leveraging our deep experience building top-tier sustainable infrastructure. In addition, strong collaboration with Indigenous groups has been pivotal in designing comprehensive environmental mitigation and habitat offsetting.

The project will be funded by the port authority and private investment, not tax dollars.

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Built for Canadians, paid for by the port authority and private investment

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