The Nanaimo Port Authority in British Columbia, Canada, is conducting a feasibility study to explore the expansion of the Duke Point Terminal. The expansion aims to strengthen Vancouver Island’s supply chain and enhance the flow of essential goods, food, and fuel in the face of climate disasters and disruptions. The study will assess the terminal’s capacity expansion, which includes lengthening the Duke Point berth from 170 to 700 metres, doubling the terminal’s footprint from 30 to 60 acres, and increasing the deep-sea berth depth from 13.5 to 17.5 metres. The goal is to make supply chains more resilient and diversified. The study is expected to be completed by late 2025.