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Montreal Longshoremen Threaten Slowdown in Long Contract Dispute

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2021
Less than a month after the standstill agreements expired in the long-running dispute over a contract for Montreal’s dockworkers, both sides are again threatening actions that promise to disrupt operations at the busy port which handles containers, as well bulk cargos ranging from oil to fertilizer and iron ore.
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Canadian Pacific, Kansas City Southern Assert Right to Have Transaction Reviewed Under Waiver Granted to ...

Daily Freeman 13 Apr 2021
More than 375 shippers, ports, partners and customers have filed letters with the STB supporting the opportunity for a seamless, single-line route from Canada to Mexico ... Canadian Pacific is a transcontinental railway in Canada and the United States with direct links to major ports on the west and east coasts.
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Lavington pellet plant part of larger sale to UK-based company

Castanet 13 Apr 2021
U.K.-based Drax Group has finalized its purchase of Pinnacle, which operates the North Okanagan facility as well as eight such facilities operated by Pinnacle throughout Western Canada.
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Same Storm, Different Ports

The Maritime Executive 12 Apr 2021
Canada Place at the Port of Vancouver, for example, Canada’s largest cruise ship terminal, has been the leading home port for Alaska-bound cruises for more than 30 years ... Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (VFPA) says it continues “to follow the direction of Transport ...
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Port of Montreal labour relations worsen

Splash24/7 12 Apr 2021
The Maritime Employers Association (MEA) at Canada’s Port of Montreal on Saturday morning gave 72 hours’ notice to the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 375 – representing longshoremen at the port – of its intention to withdraw the income guarantee that the longshoremen enjoy.
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Shipper and Stakeholder Support for Canadian Pacific, Kansas City Southern Combination Continues

The Marshall News Messenger 12 Apr 2021
KSU) ("KCS") today announced that an additional 75 customers, ports, transloads and other stakeholders have filed statements with the Surface Transportation Board (“STB”), bringing the total to more than 375 supporting the planned creation of the first U.S.-Mexico-Canada rail network.
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IAMPE Congratulates its Newest Executive Management Program Graduates

The Maritime Executive 12 Apr 2021
Maritime Administration, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as well as military personnel from the United States and Canada. IAMPE alumni also include port professionals from the Transportation General Administration of Saudi America, as well as Canadian regulatory and law enforcement personnel.
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Cruise ships could resume sailing by midsummer, Buttigieg says

Yahoo Daily News 10 Apr 2021
Complicating any resumption of cruising to Alaska in particular is a rule that requires ships from American ports like Seattle to stop in Canada first. Cruising remains on pause in Canada, meaning that even if ships could sail from the United States again, they could not reach Alaska.
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ON THE ROCKS: Canada falls out of medal contention with heartbreaking loss to Scotland at men’s curling worlds

Canoe 10 Apr 2021
In a week full of ups and downs, Team Canada wound up falling right out of medal contention at the world men’s curling championship ... Canada scored a single with the hammer in the eighth, but Moaut made a sensational draw through a port to catch a piece of the button and score two in the ninth for a 5-3 lead ... x-Canada (Brendan Bottcher) 9-4.
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ON THE ROCKS: Canada falls out of medal contention with heartbreaking loss to Scotland at ...

Toronto Sun 10 Apr 2021
In a week full of ups and downs, Team Canada wound up falling right out of medal contention at the world men’s curling championship ... Canada scored a single with the hammer in the eighth, but Moaut made a sensational draw through a port to catch a piece of the button and score two in the ninth for a 5-3 lead ... x-Canada (Brendan Bottcher) 9-4.
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States Join Efforts to Pressure CDC to Restart U.S. Cruise Industry

The Maritime Executive 09 Apr 2021
ports ... ports ... “Today, I am reaching out with the simple request that you have the CDC update its guidance to enable cruise lines and ports to resume operations,” said the letter ... to provide a temporary waiver for its cabotage regulations that require the large cruise ships to make a stop in Canada during cruises in Alaska ... ports.
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German firms unveil $7.2bn proposal to revamp Beirut port

The National 09 Apr 2021
A consortium including German consultancy firm Hamburg Port Consulting and Canada-based real estate company Colliers International unveiled during a press conference in Beirut on Friday a $7.2 billion investment proposal to revamp the port of Beirut that was wrecked by a devastating explosion last August ... German firm clearing blast-hit port.
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Nancy Pelosi insists the border crisis is IMPROVING under Biden - despite the most migrant ...

The Daily Mail 09 Apr 2021
She added ... by way of Mexico ... Florida Rep ... The first suspect, aged 33, was apprehended January 29 approximately at 1.10am local time after he tried to cross the border illegally about three miles west from the Calexico Port of Entry ... They came from Canada or jumped ship in U.S. ports, and all before special interest countries were classified as such ... .
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Northwest ports in Canada, US commit to phase out maritime emissions by 2050

Splash24/7 08 Apr 2021
Four ports on the North American west coast – the Port of Vancouver in Canada, and the Ports of Seattle and Tacoma, along with the combined container operations of The Northwest Seaport Alliance, all in Washington state – have jointly committed to phase out emissions from seaport-related activities by 2050 ... It covers six sectors of port activity.
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Market Talk – April 8, 2021

Armstrong Economics 08 Apr 2021
Caribbean Group CEO Richard Fain has questioned why cruise lines have not been “treated the same as other sectors and travel and tourism and entertainment.” He also pointed to the irony of allowing travelers to fly to ports, but prohibiting them from boarding ships ... Canada Market Closings.
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