maandag 14 mei 2018

Grain handling group says CP Rail unfairly sharing blame for transport ills

Grain handling group says CP Rail unfairly sharing blame for transport ills
Calgary, AB — The onus for improving grain transportation in Canada is not just on the railways, but will require investment from the "bookends" of the system — the elevators that load the grain and the ports that put it… The post Grain...
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Farmers urge resolution to Commons Senate standoff over transport bill
Ottawa, ON —Frustrated farmers are calling for a swift end to a rare standoff between the Senate and House of Commons over a bill that would help ensure rail shipments of grain don't get backlogged again. They're putting pressure on both...
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Canada's leading trucking industry trade show attracts record numbers
Toronto, ON — Truck World jointly produced by Newcom Media and Hannover Fairs, division of Deutsche Messe, took place at the International Centre, April 19-21. The leading tradeshow for Canada's trucking industry welcomed 19,595 industry...
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Lac Megantic rail bypass to be funded jointly by federal, Quebec governments
Lac-Megantic, QC — Nearly five years after a train derailed in Lac-Megantic and killed 47 people, the federal and provincial government confirmed a rail bypass Friday that will ensure trains leave the Quebec municipality's downtown core for good....
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TIACA and ACI to promote efficiency in air cargo industry
Miami, FL — TIACA will work with Airports Council International (ACI) to help champion collaboration, efficiency, and to promote best practice across the global air cargo industry. The two associations will cooperate on a range of issues and will...
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NAFTA: Big meeting taking place Friday as countries weigh possibility of deal
Washington, DC — The NAFTA countries were scheduled to sit down for an important meeting later Friday as they weigh the feasibility of achieving a deal over the coming days, or whether they will risk seeing whole the process delayed into...
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NTCF to fund $15 million in infrastructure improvements at Port of Québec
Quebec City, QC — The Federal government announced an investment of $15.5 million from the National Trade Corridors Fund (NTCF) for three projects at the Port of Québec that will help local businesses compete by moving local goods to market...
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Port of Montréal gets funding to improve road infrastructure
Montreal, QC — The Government of Canada announced major funding of $45.8 million for road infrastructure in the City of Montréal adjacent to the Port of Montréal. The investment will improve the fluidity and efficiency of the road network and...
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