Port of Belledune 50 Years

Federal Port Review, 2016-2017

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 Authorities from...

Shipping lines optimistic about 2019 prospects on the Great Lakes

By Alex Binkley Great Lakes ship operators are divided on their prospects for 2019 with Algoma Central, Canada Steamship Lines and Fednav cautiously optimistic that they will be at least as busy as...

Despite sharply higher volumes at Trois-Rivières and Belledune, port volume growth generally disappointed in 2018

By Alex Binkley After strong performance in 2017, with aggregate volumes up 7.7 per cent over 2016, Canada’s 18 Port Authorities generally reported volumes matching those of 2017, or modest...
By Brian Dunn The cost of hijacking and corruption In the film Captain Phillips based on the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of U.S.-flagged MV
Brian Dunn, Corporate events & profiles, Featured, Ocean, Ocean Carriers, Other, Safety and Security
By Alex Binkley Transport Minister Marc Garneau surprised the Hamilton and Oshawa Port Authorities by proposing they be amalgamated into a new entity. “This action
Alex Binkley, Featured, Government and Regulation, Ports and Terminals
By Keith Norbury B.C. Ferry Services Inc., which operates 47 ferry terminals on coastal B.C., plans to spend $1.1 billion upgrades to those facilities over
Featured, Keith Norbury, Other, Ports and Terminals
By Christopher Williams Canada accounts for 10 per cent of the world’s proven oil reserves with an estimated reserve of 171.0 billion barrels —166 billion
Business and Economy, Christopher Williams, Featured, Other
By Alex Binkley Grain shipments have long been the staple business of the port of Thunder Bay, and the port of Hamilton is well known
Alex Binkley, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
By R. Bruce Striegler Vancouver is the third-largest container port in North America and the 47th-largest in the world. It accounted for 42 per cent
Bruce Striegler, Business and Economy, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
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