If we cancel every major project, how will we create the wealth to pay for social services?

BY BRIAN DUNN Almost from the time it was announced six years ago, the Laurentia project at the Port of Quebec faced a ground swell of opposition, mostly from environmental groups, but also from...

Project cargo and breakbulk abound in and around Great Lakes/Seaway

By KEITH NORBURY The port of Valleyfield now has more room for breakbulk and project cargo. That’s because Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping, which had used Valleyfield as a staging location for its...

Cargo diversity and port resiliency drive growth amidst dynamic supply chain conditions

Strong 2020 cargo volumes demonstrate the diversity and resiliency of the Port of Vancouver and port industries during a challenging year. Overall, cargo through the port increased by 1 per cent...

Delivering capacity through infrastructure and technology

The Vancouver gateway offers sustained investment in terminal capacity, transportation infrastructure and reliability initiatives, that together, result in greater supply chain consistency and...
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority continues to advance leading environmental programs in efforts to support its vision for the Port of Vancouver to be the
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Both of Canada’s major railways announced second quarter results for the period ended June 30, and both produced great “comeback” results, particularly CP. At CP,
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change, released its most recent report (AR6)
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The St. Lawrence Seaway and Canadian ports in the region are reporting an increase in commodity shipments to meet domestic economic activity and global export
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Spliethoff has announced an increase in the frequency of its Cleveland Europe Express (CEE) service by adding container vessel Peyton Lynn C to the service,
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Hamilton Container Terminal (HCT), in partnership with Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA Ports) and Desgagnés, is developing a container feeder service between Hamilton and Montreal. Docking at
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By Theo van de Kletersteeg The other day I received an email which contained the following pesky message at the end “Thank you for considering
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By THEO VAN DE KLETERSTEEG Perhaps it is instructive to review where Canada stood in the world on a number of key economic indicators back
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Saint John Port Authority announces Interim President & CEO

Saint John Port Authority announces Interim President & CEO

Saint John Port Authority President and CEO Jim Quinn has stepped down from his role effective July 13, to continue his transition to the Senate of Canada. “On behalf of the Board of Directors, we thank Jim for his unwavering commitment to the Port of Saint John and...

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Port of Trois-Rivières awarded financial support

Port of Trois-Rivières awarded financial support

Construction of Terminal 21 was given a shot in the arm with funding of $22.5 million announced by the Ministère des Transports du Québec under the Advantage St. Lawrence program. “With this investment, the Government of Quebec is counting on the Port of...

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