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The Transport Finance Law Review – Edition 5

June 2019 Publications < 1 read

Canadian transportation policy is continuously evolving, with the objective of improving competitiveness to attract new business while balancing other interests such as environmental issues. Although Canada is bordered by three oceans, the majority of trade moves by rail, and not by sea. Canada’s ports and harbours, railways and airports provide integral transportation to domestic and international economic activities. Canada’s marine industry comprises a number of domestic marine service operators that provide shipping services both domestically and internationally.

You can access The Transport Finance Law Review – Edition 5 here.

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