The Fraser River Port was a port authority at the mouth of the Fraser River, south of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada that was amalgamated into the Port Metro Vancouver on 1 January 2008. It extends along the main arm of the river eastward to the Fraser Valley at Kanaka Creek, and north along the Pitt River to Pitt Lake. The Port's jurisdiction encompasses 270 kilometres of shoreline that border nine different municipalities in the so-called Lower Mainland.
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