Port of Belledune 50 Years

Oil pipeline approval also generates Federal initiatives to protect and restore B.C.’s coast

By R. Bruce Striegler Little did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau realize in November 2016 as he stood before a crowd of reporters in Vancouver announcing his government’s $1.5 billion Oceans...

Looking ahead to the freight forwarding of tomorrow

By Keith Norbury What does the future of freight forwarding look like in Canada? Let’s ask recent winners of the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association’s annual Young International...

Freight forwarders gather for once-in-a-lifetime event

By Keith Norbury Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association will celebrate its 70th anniversary in style with a full-fledged conference in Toronto this October. The theme of the...
By Guy M. Tombs At a recent Port of Montreal evening, I approached an industry veteran with a lot of experience in project cargoes and
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By Ruth Snowden, Executive Director, CIFFA Just as Robert Keen predicts there will be a BIFA in 10 years’ time (see subsequent article), I can
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By Keith Norbury When Don Lucky got into the transportation business in 1956 with the company that eventually became Cole International, containerization was still in
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By Keith Norbury On the wall of his office, Chris Gillespie displays the first budget that his grandfather established when he founded Gillespie-Munro Forwarders Ltd.
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By Keith Norbury About 3,000 learners now enroll annually in educational programs offered by Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association, says Stephen McDermott, CIFFA’s Director of
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