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North Bay council to province: 'Give us a date' for passenger train return

North Bay council to province: 'Give us a date' for passenger train return

Councillors look to Ottawa to pitch in with subsidies in restoring passenger service cancelled in 2012
Government relief offered to Northern air carriers

Government relief offered to Northern air carriers

Ottawa, Queen's Park making $25 million available to airlines serving remote communities
Province does about-face on 2+1 road trial

Province does about-face on 2+1 road trial

Temiskaming safety group convinces transportation minister to study European road system
Port of Thunder Bay casts off on 2020 shipping season

Port of Thunder Bay casts off on 2020 shipping season

Northwestern Ontario port moves more than 10 million tonnes of Prairie grain, highest since 1997
Porter Airlines to restart operations on March 29

Porter Airlines to restart operations on March 29

New return date marks more than a year since flights ceased due to COVID-19
Sault airport cuts more than 40 per cent of jobs

Sault airport cuts more than 40 per cent of jobs

News comes as COVID-19 continues to reduce air travel
Manitoulin public transit group trialling on-demand service

Manitoulin public transit group trialling on-demand service

Software uses artificial intelligence to tailor schedule to riders
Pandemic pains leave Sault airport CEO with 'tough decisions' ahead

Pandemic pains leave Sault airport CEO with 'tough decisions' ahead

With commercial traffic down, federal aviation relief package offers no comfort for struggling airport development corporation
CN to sell Algoma Central Railway: report

CN to sell Algoma Central Railway: report

Process 'is ongoing,' CN states of sale status
'Too much at stake to close,' says Huron Central Railway boss

'Too much at stake to close,' says Huron Central Railway boss

Montréal short-line operators made good-faith gesture to extend drop service date to late June