Port of Prince Rupert, TransCanada to speak at future Chamber luncheons

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce has announced that representatives with the Prince Rupert Port Authority and TransCanada will be speaking at upcoming luncheons.

“There are a number of existing and future trade connections between the Peace and the Port,” the newsletter reads, citing grain, coal, forest products, LNG as industries in common.

A representative of the Port will be speaking at the Jan. 19 luncheon, which registration is currently open for. Registration for the luncheon with the TransCanada speaker, on Feb. 16, will open at the end of the month.

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Members of Fort St. John’s Chamber of can register online through the newsletter.

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