Port of Belledune 50 Years

Port of Belledune celebrates 50 years of growth, diversity and community

By Christopher Williams In 1968, The Beatles topped the charts with Hey Jude, and the first “manned” spacecraft orbited the moon. Simultaneously, New Brunswick’s Village of Belledune became a centre...

Big stuff yet to come at B.C.’s Site C dam megaproject

By Keith Norbury The $10.7 billion Site C hydroelectric dam project in northeastern B.C. entered its third year of construction this summer with more than 3,000 workers on the job. They include more...

No shortage of issues to deal with at the Shipping Federation

By Brian Dunn This year marks the 115th anniversary of the Shipping Federation of Canada and as the years pass, so do its priorities. While the Federation is keeping an eye on Canada’s free trade...
By Keith Norbury Work is underway on a $15 million project to modernize the Keefer terminal at the port of Thunder Bay that is expected
Featured, Keith Norbury, Other, Ports and Terminals
By Alex Binkley Spliethoff, operating under the name BigLift, and McKeil Marine have geared up to serve the demand for project cargo shipments on the
Alex Binkley, Featured, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
By Christopher Williams Plan for future changes now and flourish. That’s the takeaway for representatives from ports across Canada and the world who gathered in
Christopher Williams, Corporate events & profiles, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
By Alex Binkley Fatigued flight, railway and ship crews are a long-standing concern of the Transportation Safety Board and it hasn’t seen enough improvement on
Air, Alex Binkley, Featured, Ocean, Other, Safety and Security
By R. Bruce Striegler “I’m an engineer, and engineers build things”, says Alberta-born Neil Camarta, founder and Director of Enlighten Innovations Inc. One of the
Bruce Striegler, Environment, Featured, Other
CN Reach Farther

CN and CP announce third quarter results

Both of Canada’s major railways announced third quarter results for the period ended September 30, and put in strong performances. During the quarter, CN’s revenues increased by 14.5 per cent to $3.69 billion. However, operating expenses rose by 19.2 per cent and, as...

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