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Lorio Roy, a member of the Belledune Port Authority board of directors, has been appointed to the Order of Canada, one of our country’s highest civilian honours. Congratulations to Mr. Roy and thank you for everything you do for the Port of Belledune! From gg.ca: “Created in 1967, the Order of Canada recognizes outstanding […]
Collaborating with digital marketing agency, Hutchinson Creative out of Dalhousie, NB, the Belledune Port Authority has officially launched a new website that comes with an updated fresh design, colours, added video content, an interactive menu, motion graphics, and updated photos of the Port of Belledune facilities. Built with a focus on opportunities and business development […]
The Port of Belledune is “Anchored in the Community.
Please join us in welcoming McKeil Marine to the Port of Belledune! The Port will be entering a transition period from now until April 27th, 2020 with McKeil Marine joining current tug operator, Atlantic Towing, for berthing and towing services. The Port will continue offering two tugs, and after the transition period, McKeil Marine will […]
Openness, transparency and accountability are guiding principles of the Belledune Port Authority. However, the Belledune Port Authority’s ability to meet timelines for proactive publication may be affected by the current circumstances and exceptional measures put in place to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect the health and safety of our employees. […]
The Belledune Port Authority (BPA) has made the difficult decision to postpone donation and sponsorship contributions until further notice. In an effort to follow all recommendations from government and medical professionals in the province and federally regarding slowing the spread of COVID-19, the BPA must support the call for social distancing and is not able […]
Martin Associates was retained by the Belledune Port Authority to measure the local and regional economic impacts supported by maritime cargo and vessel activity at the Port of Belledune’s marine terminals. The impacts are measured for calendar year 2018 and are estimated in terms of jobs, personal earnings, business revenue, and provincial and local taxes. […]