In celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, Canada is marking a long history of trade and recognizing the major role that transportation has played in growing our economy and supporting Canada’s middle-class.
As announced in November 2016 and detailed in Budget 2017, the Government of Canada will invest $10.1 billion over the next 11 years in trade and transportation projects to build stronger, more efficient transportation corridors to international markets and help Canadian businesses compete, grow and create more jobs for Canada’s middle class.
The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, signed two agreements with Mexico while in Mexico City as he met with transportation counterparts, elected officials and business leaders to reinforce the important trade and transportation links between our two countries.
Transport Canada is proposing new rules on flight crew fatigue and fitness for duty to improve passenger and flight crew safety and align regulations with today’s scientific data, international standards, and best practices.
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