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    With forest product transload facilities, Port of Prince Rupert a critical element of the supply chain

    By R. Bruce Striegler “Historically, the port of Prince Rupert has had two forest-based stuffing and reload operations in Prince Rupert,” ...

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    Port of Prince Rupert celebrates completion of Phase Two Fairview Terminal expansion

    By R. Bruce Striegler 2017 marks 10th anniversary of Fairview Shaun Stevenson, Vice-President, Trade Development and Public Affairs, Port of ...

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    Heavy haulers differ on whether Alberta bust is over

    By Keith Norbury Has a recently reported uptick in the Alberta economy resulted in more project cargo shipments across the prairie ...

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    Proposed fabrication facility would boost fortunes for Newfoundland port

    By Keith Norbury A fabrication facility to build gravity-based structures for offshore wind power proposed for the port of Corner Brook, N.L., would “definitely increase activity at the port,” the port’s business development manager, Nora Fever, said in a recent interview. While she didn’t ...

    Profile: Groupe Océan’s Gordon Bain

    By Mark Cardwell When he graduated from Vancouver’s Northwest School of Deep Sea Diving in 1972 at age 21, Gordon Bain was eager to work with the skills he learned during the intensive six-month training. Trouble was, he couldn’t find work. “I applied at some places, but didn’t get a job, ...

    Modular hotel units provide new project business for Thunder Bay

    By Keith Norbury A modular hotel from Poland is among the recent shipments of project cargo to arrive at the port of Thunder Bay this year. The hotel, consisting of about 156 modules, was still in the yard at Thunder Bay in late September when port CEO Tim Heney spoke with Canadian Sailings. “It ...

    OPINION – Carbon math explained! Is Canada making a serious effort to meet its obligations?

    By Theo van de Kletersteeg The other day I stumbled across an article in The Economist that represented the first comprehensive, and yet simple explanation of the relationship between carbon in the atmosphere, and global warming. Scientists and green supporters have explained to us during the past ...
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  • Calgary: Canada’s premier inland port

    By Mark Cardwell When it comes to inland ports in Western Canada, Calgary is in a league of its own. Located 1,000 ki ...

    Atlantic Container Line celebrating 50 years on the high seas

    Back in September 1967, a ship sailed into the port of New York. As stevedores looked out from the pier, they observed a ...

    Ray-Mont Logistics opens agri-business transload facility in Prince Rupert

    By R. Bruce Striegler In September of this year, Ray-Mont Logistics’ transloading facility at Port of Prince Rupert w ...

    Wolverine investigates marine fuelling service for Port of Prince Rupert

    By R. Bruce Striegler Prince Rupert is one of the few major ports in the world that doesn’t have a local marine fueli ...

    Port environmental activities include a wide array of protection and prevention programs

    By R. Bruce Striegler Increasingly, ports across the world are taking on the issues of environmental stewardship and lo ...

    Davie pushing Ottawa on icebreakers

    By Mark Cardwell The Chairman of the Europe-based company that owns the Davie shipyard continues to publicly push and p ...
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