We have four community liaison committees that bring together diverse community stakeholders to facilitate discussions about port-related impacts.
The goal of the committees is to work collaboratively to find potential solutions that meet our mandate to facilitate Canada’s trade while protecting the environment and considering community interests.
The North Shore Waterfront Liaison Committee brings together port industry, municipalities, Indigenous, and North Vancouver and West Vancouver residents. The committee was established to take a proactive approach to communication and address local port-related issues. Learn more about the North Shore Waterfront Liaison Committee.
Port Community Liaison Committee – Delta represents port industry, rail, local residents, farming, the City of Delta, and Tsawwassen First Nation. The committee was established to take a proactive approach to communication and address local port-related issues. Learn more about the Port Community Liaison Committee – Delta
The South Shore Community Liaison Committee brings together port industry, rail, local residents, the City of Vancouver, and Indigenous representatives, to facilitate ongoing communication about port-related operations and development happening on the south shore of Burrard Inlet. The committee meets approximately six times a year.? Learn more about the South Shore Community Liaison Committee.
The East Vancouver Port Lands Committee is comprised of representatives from the Burrardview Community Association, City of Vancouver, Canadian Pacific Rail, the Port of Vancouver, and Viterra. The committee developed the East Vancouver Port Lands Plan to address compatibility issues between?industrial and residential land uses in this area between Victoria Drive, Second Narrows Bridge, as well as the adjacent Burrardview neighbourhood. Learn more about the East Vancouver Port Lands and Liaison Committee.