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Minister of Transport provides an update on the next steps of the High Frequency Rail project in Peterborough

| Transport Canada | news releases

Canadians have been clear that they want clean air, an efficient transportation system, and an economy that works for everyone and creates good, middle-class jobs. High Frequency Rail will do just that. In addition to reducing pollution, it will provide better and faster service between the major centres of Québec City, Trois-Rivières, Montréal, Ottawa, Peterborough and Toronto. As Canada’s largest infrastructure project, it will also create jobs for the next decade.


The Minister of Transport launches new program to further prevent aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River regions

| Transport Canada | news releases

Ballast water is an important part of vessel safety. However, it can accidentally introduce and spread invasive aquatic species when released into Canadian waters, which can have negative environmental and economic impacts. Through Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan, the Government of Canada is ensuring the safe movement and navigation of large and small vessels while limiting risks to our marine ecosystems.


Minister of Transport to make an important announcement on ballast water, which allows vessels to operate safely, in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River regions

| Transport Canada | media advisories

The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion and Member of Parliament for Windsor–Tecumseh, Irek Kusmierczyk, will make an important announcement on ballast water in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River regions.


Government of Canada launches process to identify and qualify up to three top candidates to build High Frequency Rail between Québec and Toronto

| Transport Canada | news releases

Canadians have been clear that they want clean air, an efficient transportation system, and an economy that works for everyone and creates good middle class jobs. High Frequency Rail will do just that. In addition to reducing pollution, it will provide better and faster service between the major centres of Québec City, Trois-Rivières, Montréal, Ottawa, Peterborough and Toronto. As Canada’s largest infrastructure project, it will also create jobs for the next decade.


Government of Canada to make an important announcement about the next steps on High Frequency Rail

| Transport Canada | media advisories

The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Quebec Lieutenant, the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Annie Koutrakis, will make an announcement on the next steps in the High Frequency Rail project. The Interim President and Chief Executive Officer from VIA Rail, Martin R. Landry will also be present.


Minister of Transport announces a new call for proposals to support projects that will strengthen our supply chains through the digitalization of infrastructure

| Transport Canada | news releases

The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that our supply chains are efficient and reliable to help create even more good middle-class jobs and help build an economy that works for everyone, as well as to ensure that Canadians have timely access to affordable goods. To achieve this, digitalization plays an important role in improving the efficiency of our supply chains.


Government of Canada is strengthening our supply chain with investments at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport

| Transport Canada | news releases

A strong supply chain is a priority for the Government of Canada to make life more affordable for Canadians. The government is therefore committed to ensuring that our supply chains are efficient and reliable to support Canada's economic growth, create good jobs, while ensuring they are resilient and adapt to the impacts of climate change.


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