Thursday, January 9, 2014

Prince Rupert Port Authority Community Investment 2014

The Prince Rupert Port Authority has clearly had an economic impact on the North Coast over the years, the development of Ridley Island, Fairview Terminals and other Industrial sites has provided for a major shift in the local economy.

The evolution of the regional economy could see yet another major change in the future, with the foundation of an LNG industry on the North Coast, one which could reshape the region.  Through all of the change so far, it has been the Port that has been the engine of growth making them a key partner in the community.

In addition to that economic impact, the Port has also taken on a leadership role in assisting Community activities through the region, by way of sponsorship activities and through their Community Investment Fund.

The Community Investment Fund has contributed over 1 million dollars towards a number of initiatives in the region, at times partnering with other local corporations to provide for worthy projects

Over the last three years, their efforts in Community involvement can be found in many different directions, to gain a better understanding of their commitment to the community we've tracked many of their donations and community investments with our archive page.

Port Authority Media Releases

June 25-- Port Authority Supports Prince Rupert Seafarer's Centre
June 24-- Historic Cannery Conservation Project Receives Funding from Prince Rupert Port Authority
January 16-- Port Authority Delivers on Rampage Hockey Promise
January 14-- Application Period is Open from January 14 to February 14

Community Involvement coverage for 2014 can be found below

North Coast Review items

June 26-- Port Authority tops off International Seafarers Day with a top up of funding for local Centre
June 25-- Prince Rupert Port Authority commits $200,000 for North Pacific Cannery restoration project
January 28-- Prince Rupert Port Authority Accepting Applications for Community Investment Fund
January 17-- Prince Rupert Rampage and Prince Rupert Port Authority team up again to help Salvation Army

Other items of interest from regional media sources

Our Archive of past years can be found here.

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