Description: As part of our Port of Vancouver exploration series, MineralsEd is partnering with Neptune Terminals to host an in-person Pro-D Day field trip tour of their harbourfront operations on the North Shore of Vancouver.
Neptune Terminals, one of the largest multi-product bulk terminals in North America, has been a part of the North Shore community for nearly 50 years. Over 15 million tonnes of potash, metallurgical coal, and phosphate rock are handled at their facilities annually! It is a gateway for some of Canada’s most important primary resources that are shipped around the world. Join us in-person to learn first-hand about the nature of their work with natural resources! This will be a valuable learning opportunity for teachers in many subject areas who seek working world connections and examples to integrate into their classroom.
Participants will be responsible for their own transportation to/from the meeting location. In order to maintain adequate social distance this field trip is limited to 12 participants - register early!
Registration ($25): https://bit.ly/38zKkgt
Date: Friday, October 22, 2021
Meeting Time & Location: 8:45 am at Hastings Community Center Parking Lot (Lower Lot)
Tour Time: 9:15 am-12:30 pm
Important Notes: This is an outdoor field trip that involves some walking over unpaved and rocky and/or slippery surfaces. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear sturdy and comfortable shoes. Beverages and treats will be provided. Please bring your own bag lunch. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available to participants during the tour, but we strongly encourage you to bring your own.
What to Bring: Closed-toe walking shoes, camera, notebook, pen/pencil, backpack, lunch, water, face mask, hand sanitizer, and CURIOSITY!
***This field trip is intended for B.C. K-12 teachers. If you are not a B.C. K-12 teacher, you will be moved onto the waitlist and only confirmed pending available room after registration closes**