The last spike has been driven into a $90-million road and rail corridor project in Prince Rupert, B.C., that politicians and business leaders say will boost Canada’s trade capacity with Asia-Pacific markets.
The eight-kilometre corridor includes five parallel rail tracks, a two-lane road and a port-owned power distribution system, all designed to support future development at the northern coastal port.
The project is part of a long-term plan giving the port the capacity to ship goods such as potash and liquefied natural gas and other Canadian products to international markets. Click here to read more.
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