Dear Valued Community Members:

To date, PCT remains open for business but we have taken extra precautions to ensure the safety and well being of our staff and visitors.  Many employees have transitioned to working from home, and access to the terminal has been restricted to essential personnel only.

We are following all regulatory guidelines and are in close contact with the BCMEA, The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Transport Canada, and other Marine Terminals to ensure that all vessels coming into port are safe.  Extra measures are being taken to ensure people boarding and leaving the vessels are following all required protocol, and that no one is dispatched to work if they are sick.

As the situation continues to evolve, we suspect that some aspects of our operations may change. We have established a Pandemic Preparation and Response Team to ensure people continue to stay safe.

Unfortunately, some of our favorite community events and fundraisers may be cancelled or postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  We will continue to support the community as best we can during the weeks to come, and we encourage everyone to do the same.

Stay safe, The Team at PCT.

Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. (PCT) wishes to advise our neighbours that we will performing a maintenance shutdown from August 12th – August 26th.

In addition to our regular work hours, it is anticipated that some of the work will need to be done through the evening and from 8pm – 7am Monday through Sunday as required.

PCT will do everything possible to perform the work as quickly as we can.  We wish to apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause our neighbours.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact us by email at info@pct.ca, or by phone at 604-939-7371. After business hours please call 604-931-9211.

PCT’s contractors are preparing equipment on site for repainting this week.  The preparation involves periodic blasting which is generating more than normal noise levels.  This work will be occurring Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:30 pm and should conclude on Monday, June 3rd.

Fingerling Festival

  • PCT is a proud supporter of the Port Moody Ecological Society
  • Unfortunately, the festival is cancelled this year.  Check their website for updates, and how you can still show them your support.
  • http://noonscreek.org/fingerling-festival/

 

Join PCT for the 14th Annual Hike for Hospice on Sunday May 1, 2016 in Port Moody. One hundred percent of the funds raised will remain in our community to help Crossroads Hospice Society continue to provide compassionate care to those facing the end-of-life experience.

See you there!

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE OUR 2017 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

As part of our commitment to the Port Moody Community, PCT and K+S Potash Canada jointly offer a scholarship program to assist graduates of Port Moody secondary schools to pursue post-secondary education. PCT has been offering scholarships for almost 35 years.

Four scholarships of $1500 were awarded this month to deserving students:

Vanessa Giannopoulos from Gleneagle

Emma Juergensen from Gleneagle

Matthew Vagner from Gleneagle

Jared Holmes from Heritage Woods

Steffen Brill (K+S Potash Canada) and Wade Leslie (PCT) join in congratulating our 2017 award recipients.

 

Over the past 50 years, PCT has donated over $1,000,000 to support local businesses, charities and not-for-profit organizations. PCT is proud of its community programs and involvement in supporting the lives of residents in Port Moody.

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