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Providence, RI – U.S. state governors meeting Friday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed their interest in seeing the North American Free Trade Agreement survive and continue beyond its upcoming renegotiation. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker left his meeting with the prime minister acknowledging…

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Washington, DC — Introduction of more advanced clean diesel truck engines and emissions control systems into the nation’s trucking fleet over the last five years is now at a 30 per cent level and has yielded significant emission reductions and…

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Amsterdam, Netherlands — KLM Cargo has opened officially a new sorting system at its Amsterdam Schiphol airport hub that can handle post, express and pharmaceutical consignments. The new express product sorter will allow KLM to launch a Europe-wide sameday delivery product,…

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Ottawa, ON — Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau announced a five-year extension to the Government of Canada’s agreement with the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation to manage, maintain and operate the Seaway. This extends the existing agreement until March 31,…

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Winnipeg, MB — OmniTRAX and AECOM Canada on July 18 will provide information to officials from all levels of government on the assessment of damage to the Hudson Bay Railway. The meeting will be led by Peter Touesnard, Chief Commercial…

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