CHINA's share of Canadian trade has risen to record levels, as exports and imports with China represented 6
- Canada-China trade up 6.9pc while trade with US shinks 17pc this year
- Regulators hold up Vancouver terminal decision on environmental issues
SUPPORTERS of a new Vancouver container terminal have received extra time to address what a government review deemed a 'significant''...
- The tugs built by Sanmar have reached the Orkney Islands!
Tugboats named Odin of Scapa and Thor of Scapa, built at Sanmar Shipyards which is the world-famous construction facility, reached Orkney Islands and...
- Unions press Ottawa for US$5.3 billion bailout of Canadian airlines
UNIONS representing airline workers are calling for CAD7 billion (US$5
- Halifax clears container pile-up from Covid and Montreal dock strike
CANADA's Port of Halifax has been working to clear a backlog of containers that have been accumulating at its terminals because of a rebound in...
- Canadian Pacific joins TradeLens blockchain shipping platform
THE Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) has announced it has joined TradeLens, a blockchain-based platform that enables the secure and transparent transfer...
- Seaspan returns to Sanmar for fleet expansion to service Vancouver market
- CP Rail reports best 3rd quarter and September for grain
THE Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) posted its best-ever third quarter for Canadian grain and grain products shipments, moving 7
- North American weekly rail traffic down 6.9pc, intermodal up 3.7pc
NORTH American rail volume for the week ending September 19 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 327,915 carloads, down 6
- Halifax PSA docks biggest containership to call at Canadian port
THE Port of Halifax claims to have docked the biggest containership ever to call at a Canadian port, the 15,072-TEU CMA CGM Brazil, reports the...
- Montreal dock strike hit for Prince Rupert, Vancouver delays
BENEFICIAL cargo owners (BCO) shipping through Vancouver and Prince Rupert are to expect delays and congestion into mid-September, reports IHS Media
- GTA dnata groundhandler nabs 5-year contract in Vancouver
GTA dnata has been awarded a five-year ground handling licence and will establish operations at Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
- North American weekly rail traffic down 12pc, intermodal off 11pc
NORTH American rail volume for the week ending August 22 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 320,649 carloads, down 12
- Port of Montreal reopens after strike truce
THE Port of Montreal is back in business after longshore workers and employers agreed to a seven-month truce that will end an 11-day strike that had...
- CP launches first international container trains from Saint John, NB
THE Canadian Pacific Railway has launched its international intermodal service through the Port of Saint John, New Brunwick
- Canada's Prince Rupert gets the green light to expand terminal
DUBAI's DP World has received final regulatory approvoal to expand its Fairview container terminal at the Port of Prince Rupert in British...
- Montreal dockers stage full blown strike, but exempt bulk cargo
MONTREAL's dockers union, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 375, have sent to the Maritime Employers Association (MEA) notice...
- SpiceJet's first long-haul flight taking Canadian ex-pats home
INDIA's big budget carrier SpiceJet flew its first long-haul wide-body charter flight from Delhi to Toronto, repatriating 352 Canadian nationals...
- Air Canada blames US$1.16 billion loss on Canadian Covid restrictions
CANADIAN flag carrier Air Canada reported an operating loss of C$1
- North American rail volume better, but progress is slow, says AAR
NORTH American rail volume for the week ending August 1 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 308,202 carloads, down 16