Port of Vancouver’s Roberts Bank Terminal 2: 6 things to know about the contentious $3.5B proposal
The federal government granted environmental approval to the Port of Vancouver’s $3.5 billion Roberts Bank Terminal 2 proposal after a lengthy and delayed environmental assessment.
The approval was heralded by the port’s governing body, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, as “one of Canada’s most important trade infrastructure projects to date.”
Conservation groups condemn the decision over the “irreversible adverse effects” of the project.
Here are six things to know about the project:
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