$7.8M for Port McNeill's Waterfront
COS Email Address Changes
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New Fines Set For Marine Safety Violations
VFPA River Service Centre
On January 1, 2008 the three Lower Mainland port authorities, Fraser River Port Authority, North Fraser Port Authority and Vancouver Port Authority amalgamated to continue as the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (VFPA).
As part of our ongoing committment to ensuring customers and stakeholders continue to receive excellent levels of service, the VFPA will be maintaining the Vancouver office at Canada Place, and the New Westminster office as a River Service Centre, effective June 15th.
Transport Minister Announces Rail Services Review
OTTAWA — The Honourable Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, today announced the start of the rail freight service review by inviting comments from interested parties on the draft terms of reference for the review.
"Shippers need an effective, efficient, consistent, and reliable rail transportation supply chain to remain competitive in domestic, continental, and international markets," said Minister Cannon. "There is widespread support for this review because it will identify service problems and their impacts and make recommendations to improve Canada's rail freight logistics system."