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AECOM lands contract to design 2+1 highway pilot in northeastern Ontario

AECOM lands contract to design 2+1 highway pilot in northeastern Ontario

Highway safety advocate pleased with the progress but says more can be done to reduce highway crashes
Port of Thunder Bay searching for new CEO

Port of Thunder Bay searching for new CEO

Tim Heney retiring after a 19-year run with port authority
Unifor and Alstom will start contract bargaining next month

Unifor and Alstom will start contract bargaining next month

The previous agreement expired in May, but talks were delayed by a union election
Airport traffic continues slow ascent toward normalcy

Airport traffic continues slow ascent toward normalcy

Sault's passenger traffic in June up eight per cent compared to same month last year, airport operators say
‘Enough is enough’ on BC ports strike, says CFIB

‘Enough is enough’ on BC ports strike, says CFIB

Business association urges Ottawa to take steps to order port workers back on the job
Thunder Bay port bustling with potash shipments

Thunder Bay port bustling with potash shipments

Grain traffic, wind turbine parts and cruise ship visits make for a busy June
Sudbury airport ‘on the cusp’ of ramping up to pre-pandemic levels

Sudbury airport ‘on the cusp’ of ramping up to pre-pandemic levels

Airport board plans to release long-term strategic plan later this year
Training program looks to steer more women into trucking

Training program looks to steer more women into trucking

54 women in Ottawa, GTA and southwestern Ontario part of first training cohort
New gift shop and restaurant open at Sault Airport

New gift shop and restaurant open at Sault Airport

Hogan's Homestead will offer locally sourced gifts with alcohol service coming soon
Thunder Bay operator hopes feds will support intercity bus service

Thunder Bay operator hopes feds will support intercity bus service

Kasper Wabinski of Kasper Transportation believes there's momentum to get Ottawa to take a leadership role