The government of Canada has invested in the Atlantic Gateway to improve the supply chain efficiency and competitiveness of transportation in New Brunswick...
Canada Infrastructure News
13 Feb 2013
Canadian National Railway has suspended the feasibility study for the construction of its proposed rail line and terminal handling facility to serve the Quebec/Labrador iron ore range.
25 Jan 2013
The government of Canada has allocated a maximum of C$19.9 million, through its Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, to a C$45-million overpass on the Deltaport Causeway...
10 Dec 2012
Canada is expected Tuesday morning to introduce legislation relating to a government report that highlighted shortfalls i
03 Dec 2012
Canadian National Railway in 2013 will continue to strengthen its intermodal connections to the ports of Prince Rupert and Metro Vancouver and build on its terminal network.
16 Nov 2012
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The competition among ports in the U.S., Canada and Mexico for Asian cargo is not a zero-sum game, but rather a matter of each port capturing market share based on what it does best.
15 Nov 2012
The long-planned project to build a second container port in Nova Scotia got a leg up this month when the Maher Melford Terminal provided proof to the provincial government and the municipal government of Guysborough that financing for the $300 million terminal is in place, clearing the way for the two governments to buy the land where the terminal and the adjacent logistics park would be located.
25 Oct 2012
The central message of a study by the Federal Maritime Commission on the impact of the harbor maintenance fee on cargo routing might well be that the lack of a national freight policy, rather than the burden of the tax itself, is compromising the competitiveness of U.S. ports.
22 Oct 2012
Construction of the Combo Project, a $121.5 million infrastructure investment along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor in Surrey, British Columbia, was recently celebrated...
19 Oct 2012
When the 1,200-foot Cosco Guangzhou arrived to load and unload cargo at the Port of Prince Rupert’s Fairview Terminal in mid-September, officials rejoiced at the sight of the largest vessel in the Chinese carrier’s Pacific Northwest fleet.
19 Oct 2012
The problems are familiar on both sides of the U.S.-Canada border: crumbling bridges; crowded, dangerous highways; and growing congestion along key rail corridors that lead to major ports.
09 Jul 2012
Cape Breton is looking for a terminal operator to build a container terminal on a greenfield tract of land in the deep-water harbor of Sydney, Nova Scotia.