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Central Vancouver Island welcomes MS The World
MS The World, returns to the Port of Nanaimo Thursday July 13 at 0700 hours for two days, departing at midnight on Friday July 14.  Bernie Dumas, President & CEO of the Nanaimo Port Authority, is enthusiastic about her third visit to the Por...
MSV Nordica at Lynnterm East dock in early July
The MSV Nordica was in Vancouver in early July to stock up on supplies and pick up additional crew before starting out on its journey through the Northwest Passage. The multipurpose icebreaker is spending the month of July travelling from Vancouver,...
From the lobby of the Vancouver Maritime Museum: Steady Eddie from the prow of HMS Pilot.
During the age of sail, a figurehead placed on the prow of a ship was common practice. Dating back thousands of years, these works of art sadly died out as naval architecture progressed and we eventually moved away from large-scale wooden ships....
Since the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority started measuring air quality in the James Bay community in 2011, levels of sulphur dioxide have steadily declined. This year, as reported in the annual BC Lung Association State of the Air Report, SO2 is...
Left to right: (Award Presenter) Hervé Cornède, Commercial & Marketing Director, HAROPA (Award Recipient) Felix Schoeller, General Manager, AAL Pacific Liner Service
AAL, one of the world’s leading multipurpose shipping operators, has been named ‘Best Shipping Line - Project Cargo’ for the fourth year running. The prestigious award was presented at the Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chai...