Let’s Talk Supply Chains

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On January 31, 2022, the Minister of Transport held a National Supply Chain Summit, which was attended by over 80 participants from across all sectors of the Canadian supply chain. Transport Canada understands that supply chain issues have wide-ranging impacts and wants to hear the views of all Canadians. We want to continue this important conversation and gather additional comments, questions, and feedback from the public.

How to participate

Join the discussion forum in one the following ways:

  • Share through the “Join the Conversation” tab below
  • Upload a written submission (PDF or Word document)
  • Provide input at any time by sending an email to TCSummit-SommetTC@tc.gc.ca

We encourage you to share your views. Participating will help inform the discussion and considerations on improving the efficiency and resiliency of Canada’s transportation supply chains.

On January 31, 2022, the Minister of Transport held a National Supply Chain Summit, which was attended by over 80 participants from across all sectors of the Canadian supply chain. Transport Canada understands that supply chain issues have wide-ranging impacts and wants to hear the views of all Canadians. We want to continue this important conversation and gather additional comments, questions, and feedback from the public.

How to participate

Join the discussion forum in one the following ways:

  • Share through the “Join the Conversation” tab below
  • Upload a written submission (PDF or Word document)
  • Provide input at any time by sending an email to TCSummit-SommetTC@tc.gc.ca

We encourage you to share your views. Participating will help inform the discussion and considerations on improving the efficiency and resiliency of Canada’s transportation supply chains.

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