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Current Refinery Operating Status

The refinery is operating normally at this time.

Welcome to the Parkland CAP

Parkland Refining (B.C.) Ltd. operates a refinery on Burrard Inlet in North Burnaby, near North Vancouver B.C.

Burnaby Refinery CAP


In 1996, a Community Advisory Panel – or CAP – was established to facilitate dialogue and foster understanding between the Burnaby refinery and the residents of adjacent North Burnaby neighbourhoods – an area bounded by Kensington Avenue to the east, Parker Street to the south, Boundary Road to the west and Burrard Inlet to the north.

Click here to see an aerial view of the area.

The CAP works to identify and address issues of mutual importance and concern to neighbours. Discussions focus primarily on refinery operations, safety and emergency response, environmental issues, noise and odour.

On October 1, 2017 the facility changed ownership from Chevron Canada Ltd. to Parkland Refining (B.C.) Ltd. Material generated prior to October 1, 2017 has been retained for continuity.


Fire Safety Tree Removals: October 2020 Update

Parkland has summarized and reviewed community input regarding the sightline mitigation replanting plan at N. Carleton Ave and Yale St., and will begin planting in October 2020. To view the input and learn more about the replanting plan, click here.

Fire Safety Tree Removals: September 2020 Update

Parkland is seeking community input regarding a proposed sightline replanting plan at N. Carleton Ave and Yale St, Burnaby to provide a visual buffer and to improve sound dampening.
Click here for additional details.

BC Environmental Assessment Office Project Notification

Click here for the link to Parkland Burnaby Refinery’s submission.

Click here for the link to EAO Project notification follow up information from Parkland.

Fire Safety Tree Removals: Public Input

Parkland is seeking community input for the proposed sightline remediations at N Carleton Ave and Yale St, Burnaby.
Click here for additional details.

New Work Impacting Trees:

Click here for information regarding tree removals required for a planned project in the storage tank area.


April 2020 Update:

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