St. Lawrence Seaway building on green corridor goals

The bi-national St. Lawrence Seaway, which links the Atlantic Ocean to the industrial heartland of North America, showed considerable resiliency in facing the pandemic challenges of 2020 and 2021.
Three-port strategic alliance to bolster the St. Lawrence trade corridor

As a continental gateway, the St. Lawrence River has been the scene of many developments in the past few years.
Maersk expanding supply chain distribution capacity in Canada

With supply change issues continuing to prevail in Canada, transportation providers are paying increasing attention to offering warehouse space through distribution centers to boost resiliency and competitiveness.
Great Lakes ports benefiting from robust breakbulk trends

Canadian and U.S. Great Lake ports are upbeat about cargo prospects in 2022.
Supply chain issues energize Great Lakes container developments

Breakbulk ports in Great Lakes add new dimension to supply chain solution.
Breakbulk activity rising in ports across Canada

As the Canadian economy engages in a pronounced post-pandemic recovery, following the largest contraction for decades in 2020, as is activity in the breakbulk sector of Canadian ports showing renewed dynamism.
Trade impact with US escalates as Canadian protest movement spreads

As the Canadian demonstrators blocking access to the vital Ambassador Bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor, Ontario entered a fourth day with no end in sight, the bilateral trade impact of the protest movement against COVID-19 measures is rapidly escalating.
More floods in British Columbia worsen Port of Vancouver’s supply chain issues

After torrential rains called the ‘storm of the century’ hammered British Columbia’s southern interior in mid-November, submerging many communities and critical rail and road links with Canada’s largest port, the supply chain crisis appears to be getting from bad to worse, with the third rainstorm that began Wednesday.
Industry stakeholders encouraged by current trends

In both western and eastern Canada, breakbulk activity is on the rise – as seen in strong shipments of steel, forest products and construction materials as well as wind energy components. The overall project cargo sector is re-bounding from production delays and other pandemic-related challenges.
Port of Montreal sets late 2026 as new target date for planned Contrecoeur container terminal

At a technical briefing this week, the Port of Montreal updated the procurement process that national or international consortiums need to follow in seeking to partner with Canada’s second largest maritime gateway in its biggest project in decades

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