The future is today: how Canada’s Port Authorities are evolving to boost trade and supply chain efficiency

By: Wendy Zatylny As a trading nation, Canada has much to offer the world, and our seventeen Canada Port Authorities (CPAs) are a key part of this.  We are already highly-competitive and efficient...

Where is the federal port modernization review headed?

By Alex Binkley More than a year has passed since Transport Canada closed its public consultation on the future of the 17 Port Authorities across the country, but no one has any inkling of what the...

Reconciliation, Rule of law, and Resources

By K. Joseph Spears As anyone involved in the transportation industry knows, the past month has been challenging for Canada’s national transportation network. Rail transportation has come to a...
By Tom Peters Port of Québec posted an increase in tonnage for the fourth year in a row handling approximately 28 million metric tonnes of
Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes, Tom Peters
By Brian Dunn Montreal The port of Montreal reached an historic milestone in 2019 by surpassing the 40 million tonnes mark. The actual figure of
Brian Dunn, Business and Economy, Featured, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
By Alex Binkley A record year for the port of Toronto in 2019 and strong performances by the other Ontario ports on the Great Lakes
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By Keith Norbury Port of Nanaimo is all set to embark on a long-awaited $100 million expansion and upgrade of its Duke Point terminal. The
Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Keith Norbury, Other, Ports and Terminals, Supply Chain and Logistics
By Theo van de Kletersteeg Canadian Sailings has recently completed another annual study comparing financial and other performance data related to federally operated Canadian Port
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Port of Montreal awards 181st Gold-Headed Cane

Montreal Port Authority President and CEO Sylvie Vachon awarded the famous Gold-Headed Cane to Captain Qin Xiao Fei, a Chinese national, Master of Exeborg, the first ocean-going vessel to reach the port of Montreal without a stopover in 2020. Exeborg left the Port of...

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