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Municipal airports in crisis

Located in small town Northern Ontario, it may be found on a lonely concession road or a major highway.

Improving traffic flow along the Hwy. 11-17 corridor

By IAN ROSS The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is dusting off a 50-year-old plan to improve traffic flow through North Bay, and hopefully ease some development frustrations, with a new Highway 11/17 bypass.

NAC Air’s new digs brings fleet and staff expansions

By Nick Stewart The construction of a three-story hangar complex at the Thunder Bay International Airport is nearly complete, signaling a new age and a new home for First Nations-owned NAC Air.

Validating X-border security systems

By IAN ROSS With about $1 billion in trade flowing daily across the Canada-U.S. border and increasing American concerns over security, border congestion is causing an increasing problem for shippers with just-in-time goods.

Intermodal begins in SSM

By IAN ROSS Intermodal shipping is taking its first fledgling steps in Sault Ste. Marie with a new 60,000-square-foot terminal in the city’s west end. The $3 million Sault Intermodal Inc.

$120 million exapansion project slated for Hwy 11

Nearly $120 million is set to be invested by the Ontario government across two expansion projects of Highway 11, south of North Bay, according to an announcement on August 24.

North Bay-Mattawa region receives $7.2 million injection for road upgrades

The provincial government is seeking to sink $7.2 million into Highway 17 in the Townships of Head, Clara and Maria, a portion of the Trans-Canada Highway which links North Bay and Ottawa.

Booking tourism SMEs online

By ALLISON LORANGER In order to show the world more of what Canada has to offer,, a company parented by itravel2000.

Capital dollars strengthens Dryden Airport

By Nick Stewart With its eyes to the sky, Hicks & Lawrence and its parent company Discovery Air are looking to expand their reach in the Dryden area with a $500,000 upgrade to their facilities at the local airport.

Seaway corporation floats container idea to shippers

By IAN ROSS With East and West Coast container ports bursting beyond capacity and shippers pulling their collective hair out over delays at intermodal yards, the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation is giving them something to think about.