For over a century, GCT Global Container Terminals has sustainably grown the Vancouver gateway with innovative technology, and our industry-leading Global Commitment to the environment and community. Whether it’s introducing new environmentally-responsible equipment, ensuring early and responsive engagement on projects or increasing capacity without increasing our footprint, our efforts have made a difference.
As we look toward the future, we remain committed to socially and environmentally sustainable growth and building prosperity together, and we are proud to sponsor “The Declaration” conference.
Project Reconciliation is an Indigenous-led organization that wants to buy a majority interest in the Reconciliation pipeline by raising funds through equity markets at no cost to taxpayers. Most of the $7.6 billion in bonds needed will be underwritten by contracts with companies that use it to ship their product.
An innovative structure makes it possible for Indigenous communities in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan to own the pipeline. This means the benefits that flow from resources found on traditional lands will flow directly to Indigenous peoples—to fight poverty, improve infrastructure, and fund clean energy projects that help transition to a low carbon economy.
Project Reconciliation represents new thinking, and the Trans Mountain pipeline is a historic opportunity to show what Reconciliation in action really is.