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Mining, agri-food sectors call for end to CN strike

Mining, agri-food sectors call for end to CN strike

Extended work stoppage harmful to industries that rely on rail
More than 3,000 CN workers hit the picket lines

More than 3,000 CN workers hit the picket lines

Union and railroad have been in negotiations for seven months
Dryden turns over airport management to private sector

Dryden turns over airport management to private sector

Loomex Group to run municipally-owned regional airport
Province angling to move Ontario Northland to transportation ministry

Province angling to move Ontario Northland to transportation ministry

Moving Northern transport provider to MTO portfolio would improve service, says province
Ontario Northland discontinuing Manitoulin bus service

Ontario Northland discontinuing Manitoulin bus service

Company searching for alternatives to fill transportation void
Historic CN swing bridge reopens to vehicles

Historic CN swing bridge reopens to vehicles

James Street bridge repairs restores link between Thunder Bay and Fort William First Nation
Northern PCs bail on highway safety bill vote

Northern PCs bail on highway safety bill vote

Vote to upgrade highway classification defeated
Bill to improve highway safety gets second reading

Bill to improve highway safety gets second reading

Proposed legislation aims to reclassify Highways 11, 17
Coal, potash, canola cargoes drive port activity

Coal, potash, canola cargoes drive port activity

Marine cargo tonnages through Thunder Bay running at 10 per cent faster pace than 2018
Traffic decreasing on International Bridge

Traffic decreasing on International Bridge

Operation of Sault span is self-funded through toll revenue