It is the world's most infamous trash pile - garbage so conroversial that one country threatened another over it.
Containers of Canadian trash that festered in the Philippines for years are set to arrive home just in time to celebrate the country's 152nd birthday.
And they are earmarked for the Burnaby waste-to-energy plant, where it will finally be disposed of, hopefully along with the controversy.
The Anna Maersk is scheduled to dock at the Port of Vancouver, with the containers aboard, on Saturday, June 29 at 10 a.m.
The arrival will bring nearly to a close the garbage saga that led to a diplomatic dispute with the Philippines and drew attention to the growing global problem of plastic waste.
One hundred and three containers of garbage from Canada arrived in the Philippines falsely labelled as plastics for recycling in 2013 and 2014.
President Rodrigo Duterte recalled the Philippine ambassador and consuls general last month after Canada missed his deadline to take back the garbage by May 15.
The 69 containers that are left of the original shipment eventually left the Philippines on June 1.
- With files from the Canadian Press