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Citizens Against Port Expansion
Terminal 2 Operators
The following five potential operators for T2 have been short listed and the Port of Vancouver has asked each one to submit a Request for Proposal. Why not tell each one of these potential operators about your concerns and the risks to a world class ecosystem? Click on each of the email addresses below, to send emails with your concerns to the officer in each corporation
Abu Dhabi Terminals
Ole Pugholm, CFO
GrupTCB/Mitsubishi Corp Consortium
Jack Craig, President & CEO, APM Terminals North America Inc.
Michael F. Hassing, CEO
Tan Chong Meng, Group CEO
Terminal Link/CMHI Consortium
Farid Salem, Executive Officer, CMA-CGM
In addition there are several potential infrastructure developers that may be contracted to build T2. Click on the name, go to their website and send an email.
Port Community Liaison Committee Delta
A community liaison group working with the Port of Vancouver on all port related issues in Delta, including Deltaport and Roberts Bank T2 . Any questions relating to port issues can be sent to this committee.
Residents Against Dibden Bay Port
An action group that successfully fought off a six-berth container terminal in Dibden, England. It can be done!
Sunbury Neighbourhood Association
An information source for issues involving the South Fraser Perimeter Road/Gateway Program.
BC's Environmental Assessment Office - Deltaport Third Berth Project
Learn what government agencies, aboriginal groups, environmental groups and the general public had to say about the environmental assessment studies undertaken for Deltaport's Third Berth Project. See "Under Review" for links to each category.
BC's Environmental Assessment Office - South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR)
A website by Fraser Transportation Group that built and maintains SFPR. See the photos to get an understanding of how much farmland was destroyed.
The Gateway Program
Information on the Provincial government's billion dollar transportation plan to improve the movement of goods throughout Greater Vancouver.
Gateway 30 Network
30 community groups opposing the Gateway Program
Satellite Views of other Port Cities