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Port of Nanaimo Quarterly News Letter and News Posts


Economic Impact | Special Events
Fifth Annual ‘Ports Day’ Is April 5

Fifth Annual ‘Ports Day’ Is April 5 Apr 02, 2020 APRIL 2 – NANAIMO – The Port of Nanaimo will help celebrate Western Hemisphere Ports Day on April 5, the fifth annual recognition of the value of seaports in supply chain continuity and long-term economic stability throughout the western hemisphere. The Port of Nanaimo is a member of the Association […] READ MORE


Announcements | News
News Update – Changes to upcoming Cruise Season

The safety of passengers and guests who visit Nanaimo is of the highest importance to the Port of Nanaimo.  We support and follow the direction of Transport Canada regarding recently announced changes to the upcoming cruise season in Canada and will continue to be in discussions with our cruise line partners over the next few […] READ MORE


Economic Impact | Health - COVID-19 | Shipping
Canada’s ports: helping keep Canadians safe and trade flowing during COVID-19

Ensuring the health and safety of their employees, mariners and other workers within port communities has always been and remains the top priority for Canada’s Port Authorities. Adhering to guidance from the Public Health Agency of Canada, Transport Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency, Canada’s ports are following strict protocols to protect the entire […] READ MORE


Cruise Nanaimo
Changes to upcoming Cruise Season

The safety of passengers and guests who visit Nanaimo is of the highest importance to the Port of Nanaimo.  We support and follow the direction of Transport Canada regarding recently announced changes to the upcoming cruise season in Canada and will continue to be in discussions with our cruise line partners over the next few […] READ MORE



Announcements | Cruise Nanaimo

New Tours Created For Cruise Ship Passengers Feb 18, 2020 FEBRUARY 18, 2020 – Cruise ship companies are looking for locally authentic on-shore experiences for their passengers, and the Port of Nanaimo is taking extra steps to help support the local business community to create them. Jason Michell, Vice President of Business and Cruise Development, says the […] READ MORE



Employment | News
2nd Annual Port Connect Set For This Thursday

NANAIMO – Students and employment seekers can attend the 2nd Annual Port Connect Thursday November 7 to survey possible job opportunities with companies that conduct their business on the waterfront. The Port of Nanaimo, in partnership with Work BC Employment Services Centre, coordinated the event, designed to link students and people of all ages with contacts in the marine […] READ MORE