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Government of Canada supporting the Calgary International Airport with new funding

| Transport Canada | news releases

Helping airports mitigate the financial impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic is part of the Government of Canada’s strategy to ensure that our air transportation system provides Canadians with choice, connectivity, and affordable air travel. Investments in airport infrastructure are crucial to maintain safety, security, and connectivity for travellers, airport workers, and communities.


Government of Canada announces funding for 29 new road safety projects

| Transport Canada | news releases

Road safety programs protect Canadians by finding ways to improve safety for all road users, while also reducing the risk of collisions. That’s why Transport Canada is funding new projects nationwide that address ongoing road safety challenges.


Government of Canada supporting Canada’s major airports with funding for COVID-19 testing and screening infrastructure

| Transport Canada | news releases

As Canada works towards recovery and travel re-start, investments in our airport infrastructure continue to be crucial to maintain safety, security, and connectivity for travellers, workers and communities. Government of Canada investments will also help to rebuild the public’s confidence in domestic and international travel, and ensure that Canada’s aviation industry is well positioned to recover from the impacts of the pandemic.


MP McLeod and Minister Archie to make important infrastructure funding announcement in Northwest Territories

| Transport Canada | media advisories

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories – Member of Parliament Michael McLeod, on behalf of the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, will make an important announcement about infrastructure funding. MP McLeod will be joined by the Honourable Diane Archie, Deputy Premier, Minister of Infrastructure and Minister Responsible for the Northwest Territories Power Corporation.


Vessel traffic restrictions on the St. Clair River on August 15, 2021

| Transport Canada | statements

This notice is to inform all mariners about temporary vessel traffic restrictions during an expected increase in the number of people using the St. Clair River in an event known as the Port Huron Float Down on Sunday, August 15, 2021.


Government of Canada to provide financial support to the Confederation Bridge operator

| Transport Canada | news releases

The Confederation Bridge—the largest bridge in Canada—is an iconic and key asset for Prince Edward Island and its residents, providing a vital link between Islanders and the mainland to access essential goods and services. Throughout Canada, several measures were implemented to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 between provinces and internationally. Due to the reduced movements of Canadians, the Confederation Bridge experienced a considerable decrease in traffic over the past 18 months.


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