Canada stuck in middle of elephantine clash of civilizations

By Keith Norbury When two elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers. Jia Wang, Deputy Director of the China Institute at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, invokes that African proverb to...

B.C.’s Carbon Engineering Ltd positioned to commercialize technology that creates clean fuel from air, and attracts world-class investors

By R. Bruce Striegler The reports continue to mount, outlining what scientists around the world define as the dire, life-threatening effects of climate change. But in Canada, the federal government...

Seaway optimistic its 60th anniversary will be a year of strong results

By Alex Binkley Having posted its best results in a decade last year, St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) is hoping to better that performance in 2019 as its marks its 60th...

Seaway’s 60th anniversary has deep roots

By Alex Binkley While the Seaway marks its 60th anniversary this year, the idea for a deep draft waterway between the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River has deep historical roots. The Seaway was...
By Keith Norbury The trade relationship between Canada and China is the worst it’s been in decades, according to experts who have studied the machinations
Business and Economy, Featured, Government and Regulation, Keith Norbury, Other
Theo van de Kletersteeg Prime Minister Trudeau is trying to pull Canada out of a multi-billion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia, he said on
Business and Economy, Featured, Government and Regulation, Other, Safety and Security, Theo van de Kletersteeg
By Alex Binkley The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) and its shipper and shipping partners are looking at old and new possibilities for growing
Alex Binkley, Business and Economy, Featured, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
By Alex Binkley Keeping the Welland Canal open until mid-January would allow shipping lines to generate more business and ease highway congestion in southwestern Ontario,
Alex Binkley, Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
By Alex Binkley It doesn’t take long for an interview about shipping on the Great Lakes Seaway system to turn to the cost of marine
Alex Binkley, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
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