By Leo Ryan, Editor What a sorry spectacle it has been since early July on the Port of Montreal harbor front, the scene of the
The longshore union’s collective agreement expired on December 31, 2018. (photo CUPE 375) Echoing growing calls from the business community, the Quebec and Ontario governments
OTTAWA – Resource industry groups have united to demand the federal government intervene in the ongoing Port of Montreal strike. After a protracted rail strike in November,
Montreal’s logistics and transportation business cluster, CargoM, today joined other industry circles in calling for an immediate intervention by the federal government in the waterfront
St. Lawrence Shipoperators, which represents 14 domestic shipowners and operators, today expressed concern about the indefinite general strike at the Port of Montreal and wants
CALGARY – Canadian Pacific has officially launched its international intermodal service through the Port of Saint John, N.B. The inaugural train carries containers from the Hapag-Lloyd vessel Detroit Express bound
LÉVIS, QC – Davie, Canada’s largest, longest-established and highest capacity shipbuilder, made history today with the official launch of the long-term naval frigate maintenance and upgrade program.
Traffic severely impaired by stranded container trucks in Montreal By Leo Ryan, Editor The Canadian federal government has turned down urgent requests from business leaders