Harbour Authority Association
The False Creek Harbour Authority became a member and joined the HAABC as a Harbour Authority in 1998. A Harbour Authority is a non-profit, locally controlled organization whose board of directors have links with the community. It exists solely for the management and maintenance of the harbour facility. General membership meetings are held once a year, in the winter. The meetings provide an opportunity for sharing experiences, problems and their solutions, and for hands-on education and networking.
Pacific Coast Congress of
Harbormasters & Port Managers Inc. (PPC)
The False Creek Harbour Authority has been a member of the PCC since 2002. PCC’s membership includes Ports, Harbours and Marinas along the Pacific Coast including California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Alaska, as well as industry-related businesses. General membership meetings are held twice a year, in the spring and fall. The meetings provide an opportunity for sharing experiences, problems and their solutions, and for hands-on education and networking.
Department of Fisheries &
Oceans, Small Craft Harbours
(SCH) – Pacific Region
SCH is a nationwide program of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. With the help of more than 5000 volunteers nationally, SCH operates and maintains a national system of harbours to provide commercial fish harvesters and other harbour users with safe and accessible facilities. The mandate of SCH is to keep the harbours that are critical to the fishing industry open and in good repair.
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