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Ports Modernization Review

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Transport Canada is undertaking a review of Canada Port Authorities to optimize their current and future role in the transportation system as innovative assets that support inclusive growth and trade.

We are initiating a national conversation to seek your views and ideas on how best to position Canada Port Authorities for the future. We want to hear from key partners and stakeholders, including Indigenous groups; provincial and municipal governments; industry; academia and thought leaders; as well as associations/groups that have a particular interest in port issues. To support this work, Transport Canada will work with external experts to conduct research and analysis on various topics.

To participate and provide us with your views on the questions below, please click "register" at the top of the page or sign in. You can then:

  • send us a formal written submission via the “Submissions” tab;
  • respond to the questions below in the forum via the “Have Your Say” tab.

Transport Canada is undertaking a review of Canada Port Authorities to optimize their current and future role in the transportation system as innovative assets that support inclusive growth and trade.

We are initiating a national conversation to seek your views and ideas on how best to position Canada Port Authorities for the future. We want to hear from key partners and stakeholders, including Indigenous groups; provincial and municipal governments; industry; academia and thought leaders; as well as associations/groups that have a particular interest in port issues. To support this work, Transport Canada will work with external experts to conduct research and analysis on various topics.

To participate and provide us with your views on the questions below, please click "register" at the top of the page or sign in. You can then:

  • send us a formal written submission via the “Submissions” tab;
  • respond to the questions below in the forum via the “Have Your Say” tab.
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