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MV FEDERAL CEDAR
MV FEDERAL CEDAR OPENS OCEAN-GOING SHIPPING IN PORT OF THUNDER BAY The Marshall Islands-registered M.V. Federal Cedar became the first ocean-going “Salty” vessel to enter the Port of Thunder Bay during the 2021 navigation season. The vessel berthed at the Richardson International Main Elevator Sunday morning, April 4, marking the earliest opening to saltwater vessel traffic at the Port in 5 years. The vessel is loading 12,000 metric tonnes of Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS) Wheat for ... Read More

Great Year at the Port!
Great Year at the Port of Thunder Bay! by Scott A. Sumner It was a great year at the Port of Thunder Bay last season mostly due to grain according to Port of Thunder Bay CEO, Tim Heney.“ The pandemic was probably the cause of our increase as a lot of thecountries were restricting grain exports to protect their food supplies so that left Canada. We have to export because we have a huge amount of grain we export every year. It became positive leaving the European market open for us,”said ... Read More

Government of Canada invests
Government of Canada invests to help maximize business growth and advanced manufacturing opportunities in Thunder Bay FedNor funding helps local manufacturers modernize their operations, scale up and create 22 jobs Manufacturing is one of Canada's most important economic sectors, contributing a large share (1.7 million) of Canada’s full-time, well-paying jobs across a wide range of industries. With the help of the Government of Canada, Northern Ontario companies are innovating and modernizing ... Read More



 

 

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