Canada’s seaports to see ‘robust growth’ in the coming decade
Canada's Atlantic and Pacific coastlines allow the country to meet its import and export needs with the US, while offering access to key trade partners in Europe and Asia. But ports on the St Lawrence Seaway have limited berthing depths
Growing trade at Canada’s ports will spur new investment for the main railway links connecting the ports to inland markets. This includes new rolling stock and increased services and railway infrastructure
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