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    A few components of federal transport plans are taking shape

    By Alex Binkley A railway service bill, and action on a budget proposal to track transportation trends appear to be the ...

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    Port of Hamilton: Building pride in its Port City

    Within the past decade, the Port of Hamilton has undergone a period of unprecedented growth, from 400 acres in 1990, to approximately ...

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    Davie stays course on Project Resolve, icebreaker bid

    By Mark Cardwell Rubbish. That’s how the co-owner and Chairman of Davie Shipbuilding summarized a The Globe and Mail article that ...

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    OPINION- Almost 60 years after the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway opened, how can we optimize the Great Lakes region’s role as a trade corridor?

    Almost 60 years after the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway opened, how can we optimize the Great Lakes region’s role as a trade corridor? Ian Hamilton, President & CEO, Hamilton Port Authority When the Seaway opened in 1959, it marked the completion of one of North America’s greatest infra ...
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    MOL Triumph, world’s largest containership, delivered

    Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced that it took delivery of the world’s largest containership, MOL Triumph, from Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. on March 27, 2017. MOL’s newest vessel, the first of a fleet of six 20,000 TEU-class containerships for the company, was named MOL Triumph i ...
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    G3 constructs first new grain terminal since the 1960’s at Port of Vancouver

    By R. Bruce Striegler Responding to a question as to why G3 Global Holdings is proceeding with a new Vancouver grain terminal, Brett Malkoske, G3’s Vice-President, Business Development and Communications says, “Straight-up need, Canadian farmers are some of the best in the world at what they do ...
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    Technology driving freight industry swiftly up the on-ramp

    By R. Bruce Striegler By July of this year, the world’s first passenger drone aircraft will be transporting individuals over Dubai. Chinese-based Ehang unveiled the world’s first self-flying, electric aircraft prototype, or more accurately, passenger drone, at the 2016 Las Vegas’ Consumer Ele ...
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  • Emerson urges big-picture view of trade corridors

    By Alex Binkley Don’t let discussions of improved trade and transportation corridors become mired in debates about wh ...

    Shipping Federation seeks clearer definition of “shipowner” in European free trade deal

    By Alex Binkley An overly restrictive definition of shipowner in the bill to approve the Canada-Europe free trade deal ...

    Second liquid propane export terminal being studied for Prince Rupert

    By R.Bruce Striegler In early March, Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline Corporation announced it had signed a letter of int ...

    Port of Hamilton: New links in Ontario’s agri-food supply chain

    This spring, a brand new grain export terminal at the Port of Hamilton opens its doors to begin accepting product from O ...

    Port of Quebec covets Rabaska lands

    By Mark Cardwell To hear Alain SansCartier tell it, land and long-term thinking are the two key elements that shape the ...

    EDC: Investment 101 … again

    By Peter G Hall, Vice President and Chief Economist Ever seen a particular stock do really well? It’s hard to resist ...
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