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Race to the wire in Vancouver

GCT and VFPA both agree that new container terminal capacity has to be added if the port is to remain competitive, but they disagree on how that capacity should be added and who should add it

GCT’s legal move comes at a crucial moment as the Canadian parliament is considering national legislation that would amend current laws governing environmental reviews

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