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Port of Vancouver

Ocean Shipping Reform Act will have little impact on Port of Vancouver

June 23, 2022, 6:03am Business

Consumers and exporters both saw financial turmoil from tumultuous international shipping antics in the past year. But the Port of Vancouver was not impacted like other regional harbors were. Read story

Vancouver Landing debuts as first part of port’s vision for waterfront

June 9, 2022, 5:28pm Business

Vancouver Landing debuts as first part of port’s vision for waterfront development Read story

Sunlight and river views filter into a nearly-finished room at the AC Hotel by Marriott at the Vancouver Waterfront. Rates start at about $220 per night.

New Marriott hotel at Vancouver waterfront packed with amenities and luxury, readies for opening

Sunlight and river views filter into a nearly-finished room at the AC Hotel by Marriott at the Vancouver Waterfront. Rates start at about $220 per night.

June 4, 2022, 6:15am Business

Perhaps what best shows the luxury at the AC Hotel by Marriott Vancouver Waterfront is a box-like robot that transports food, towels and other items up and down elevators and through the hallways to guests’ rooms. Read story

Port of Vancouver officials look on as the iconic sign for the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay comes down Thursday morning. The sign removal is a part of a larger project to demolish the former hotel and rebuild Terminal 1, extending the district established by the new Waterfront Vancouver.

End of the line for Red Lion hotel sign

Port of Vancouver officials look on as the iconic sign for the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay comes down Thursday morning. The sign removal is a part of a larger project to demolish the former hotel and rebuild Terminal 1, extending the district established by the new Waterfront Vancouver.

May 5, 2022, 5:52pm Business

There are no more rooms at the inn. And now, no iconic sign, either. Read story

Crews at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 5 move rocks and gravel to prepare the area to store wind energy components in 2015.

Port of Vancouver rejects demolition bids for Terminal 5 job

Crews at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 5 move rocks and gravel to prepare the area to store wind energy components in 2015.

April 28, 2022, 6:04am Business

The Port of Vancouver is having to delay the demolition of a crane and gallery at Terminal 5 because of strains on the supply chain and labor shortages. Read story

More than 40 firefighters battled a two-alarm fire at Northwest Packing Co. at the Port of Vancouver on Tuesday morning, March 29, 2022.

Two-alarm fire damages Northwest Packing Co. at Vancouver port

More than 40 firefighters battled a two-alarm fire at Northwest Packing Co. at the Port of Vancouver on Tuesday morning, March 29, 2022.

March 29, 2022, 11:21am Clark County News

More than 40 firefighters battled a two-alarm fire Tuesday morning at Northwest Packing Co., at the Port of Vancouver. Read story

"Kayaktivists" interfere with river traffic at the Port of Vancouver to block shipments of oil pipeline equipment.

‘Necessity’ defense: Vancouver featured in documentary about oil trains and activism

"Kayaktivists" interfere with river traffic at the Port of Vancouver to block shipments of oil pipeline equipment.

March 17, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

Vancouver plays a pivotal supporting role in a new documentary film about oil trains and the activists who have worked hard to stop them from rolling along the Columbia River. Read story

Demolition crews tear into a section of the former Red Lion at the Quay on Tuesday morning. The building's demolition will take four to six weeks.

Crews start demolition at Vancouver Red Lion at the Quay

Demolition crews tear into a section of the former Red Lion at the Quay on Tuesday morning. The building's demolition will take four to six weeks.

March 9, 2022, 6:03am Business

The Red Lion at the Quay is coming down — and no, the fire last month didn’t cause it to come down sooner. Read story

A roof fire burns in the former Red Lion at the Quay on Tuesday afternoon. The building was undergoing demolition work when the three-alarm fire began.

Sparks from saw caused fire at Red Lion at the Quay

A roof fire burns in the former Red Lion at the Quay on Tuesday afternoon. The building was undergoing demolition work when the three-alarm fire began.

February 23, 2022, 7:03pm Clark County Business

A wind-driven fire that burned Tuesday afternoon at the former Red Lion Hotel at the Quay in Vancouver was caused by sparks from a saw construction crews were using on the roof, according to the Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office. Read story

Port of Vancouver names Community Fund recipients

February 17, 2022, 6:04am Business

The Port of Vancouver announced Wednesday this year’s beneficiaries of its Community Fund: Read story