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The contents of the Prince Rupert Port Authority website are provided for informational purposes only. Prince Rupert Port Authority does not warranty the accuracy, timeliness or completeness of the information contained within the Prince Rupert Port Authority website. Prince Rupert Port Authority assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information and makes no representations and disclaims all express and implied warranties and conditions of any kind including but not limited to warranties or merchantability, title, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement,...

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  General online resources: Port of Prince Rupert CN rail maps Port of Prince Rupert Vessel Report: View types of vessels in the Port of Prince Rupert Distance Calculator for BC World maps Logs: Coast Tsimshian Resources Limited Partnership http://www.ctrlp.ca/ Coal: Hinton AB Industries Hinton Maps (links to local and Alberta maps, and How to Get There) Grande Cache, AB Map of Tumbler Ridge and area CN Rail (information about types of rail cars and rail maps Ridley Terminals Inc. (maps and terminal information) World Coal Association (information about...

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Connecting Our Coast

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Connecting Our Coast

Students create a class mural depicting the surface freight transportation systems that connect Prince Rupert to the world. This lesson, which is informed by the big idea of Connectedness, complements Product or Resource? and Where Does Our Stuff Come From? CLASSROOM TIME REQUIRED 1 teacher-directed session of 40 – 50 minutes; 2 sessions for student research, oral presentation and class mural creation LEARNING OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES Students will: Describe the location of natural resources within BC and Canada Use maps to identify points of origin and destination and transportation modes...

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Science in Action at our Port

Posted in 4-7, Transportation

Science in Action  at our Port

Students make connections between the concept of simple machines and their application in port activities. As students work to create a Dictionary of Simple Machines, they learn about the simple and complex machines that are used every day at the Port of Prince Rupert. CLASSROOM TIME REQUIRED 40 – 50 minutes and a project LEARNING OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES Students will: Describe applications of simple and compound machines Develop definitions of the six types of simple machines with reference to examples of machines used in transportation activities at the Port of Prince...

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