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Minister of Transport announces projects to further reduce the impacts of climate change on the rail sector

| Transport Canada | news releases

A safe, resilient rail transportation system is critical to strong supply chains and keeping those who live and work along rail lines safe. In 2021, extreme weather events like floods and fires impacted our rail industry. We must continue to adapt and prepare for these impacts. This is why the Government of Canada is taking action to increase the resilience of Canada’s rail infrastructure while strengthening its supply chains and building an economy that works for everyone.

The Government of Canada is investing in storage capacity at the Gander International Airport in Newfoundland and Labrador to strengthen Canada’s supply chains

| Transport Canada | news releases

An efficient and reliable transportation network is key to making life more affordable for Canadians. The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring our supply chains support Canada's economic growth and create good jobs for middle-class Canadians, while maintaining their resiliency and ability to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Government of Canada to make an important funding announcement with regards to supply chain improvements in Saint John

| Transport Canada | media advisories

SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK – The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, the Member of Parliament for Saint John—Rothesay, Mr. Wayne Long, the Minister of Social Development and Member of Legislative Assembly for Saint John Lancaster, the Honourable Dorothy Shephard, and the Chief Executive Officer of the Saint John Port Authority, Mr. Craig Bell Estabrooks, will announce new funding for the Port of Saint John and for the Saint John Harbour Bridge.

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.

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