Port of Belledune 50 Years

Will LNG riches now come within Canada’s reach, as the global market continues to grow?

By R. Bruce Striegler It was only a few years ago when many in Canada thought a huge wave of global LNG activity would soon crash over the shores of British Columbia. From an original list of more...

CargoM steadily meeting its objectives

By Brian Dunn One of the principal objectives of CargoM, the Logistics and Transportation Cluster of Metropolitan Montreal, is to attract new businesses to the region by identifying sectors that...

Port of Montreal’s new Grand Quay enjoys yet another record cruise season

After an amazing makeover, the Port of Montreal’s Grand Quay is providing contemporary marine infrastructure and top-notch reception facilities – on par with Montreal’s international reputation – to...

Port of Montreal’s international container hub’s competitive advantages allow carriers, shippers to move cargo quickly, efficiently

As an international container hub, the Port of Montreal continues to grow in both size and volume. Montreal is the second largest container port in Canada, the leading container port in Eastern...
By Alex Binkley Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s order to phase out two classes of tank cars used in transporting crude oil and condensates will complicate
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By Tom Peters The developing technology to create a more efficient cargo supply chain, the status of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations, and
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Still a leader on the North Atlantic container market between North America and Europe, the Port of Montreal now trades with the entire world –
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Sustainable development and innovation are at the heart of the Montreal Port Authority’s (MPA) business practices and strategic plan. “The MPA is at the forefront
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Mandated to facilitate Canada’s trade objectives, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is continuing to build on a successful legacy of collaborative infrastructure funding. With its
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The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority works with supply chain partners and port stakeholders to build future capacity through increased efficiency. The port authority’s emphasis on
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The Port Saint John’s West Side Modernization Project continues to move forward on schedule, says Jim Quinn, President and CEO, Port Saint John (PSJ). The
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The cruise industry at Port Saint John has transformed over the years from one vessel call in 1989 to more than 70 vessel calls annually.
Business and Economy, Featured, Ocean, Other, Ports and Terminals
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