The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority began a comprehensive engagement process about the project in 2011, early in project development and prior to the initiation of the environmental assessment process. We conducted four rounds of public engagement, and have participated in over 440 project-related meetings with regulators, Indigenous groups, government, stakeholders, and the general public.

Below is a high-level overview of our consultation and engagement to-date and where we are at today.

2011:

  • First round of public consultation: Pre-consultation (June 2011)
  • Ongoing consultation with Indigenous groups
  • Local government outreach and engagement
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    2012:

  • Second round of public consultation: Project definition consultation (October–November 2012)
  • Ongoing consultation with Indigenous groups
  • Local government outreach and engagement
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    2013:

  • Third round of public consultation: Pre-design consultation (October–November 2013)
  • Ongoing consultation with Indigenous groups
  • Local government outreach and engagement
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    2014:

  • Fourth round of public consultation: Preliminary environmental mitigation concepts consultation (September–October 2014)
  • Ongoing consultation with Indigenous groups
  • Local government outreach and engagement
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    2015—2020

  • Ongoing consultation with Indigenous groups
  • Local government outreach and engagement
  • Ongoing engagement with the Delta community through the Delta Community Office
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    More information on our consultation and engagement with Indigenous groups, the public, and local governments is available below:

    Indigenous consultation

    Engaging the public

    Working with local governments

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