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COUNTRY REPORTCANADA


deugro Canada coordinated the transportation of the main bridge section from a fabrication yard in China to Victoria, Canada, for the Johnson Street Bridge replacement project. The cargo arrived aboard AAL Singapore.


It is becoming a major concern in Alberta that they have the resources but no access to global markets. – Kelly Merath, deugro Canada


There are dozens more projects all around the region, which has not seen the prosperity enjoyed by the rest of Canada in recent decades. The developments are as welcome as they are long in coming. But there remain questions. “Many public sector projects seem to be predicated on joint funding,” noted Phillips, “either federal-provincial, or federal-provincial- municipal. As we have seen recently with seaport


and airport projects, all the parties do not always come through as hoped. There are also political and ‘not in my back yard’ issues. Some locals are unhappy with a goldmine; indigenous groups have expressed opposition to other projects. But these types of issue are not specific to Atlantic Canada.”


There are four cargo facilities in Halifax


Harbour, two container terminals operated by Halterm and Ceres-Halifax, and two non- container facilities, Ocean Terminals and Richmond Terminals. Those are operated by the Halifax Port Authority, which also manages the port of Sheet Harbour, about 20 miles (32.2 km) east, on behalf of the Province of Nova Scotia. According to the port authority, Halifax has


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replacing the road deck, floor beams, stiffening trusses, and suspender ropes on the suspended spans.


Interestingly, the Lion’s Gate Bridge in Vancouver, at the far end of the continent, is a twin of the Macdonald Bridge. The Lion’s Gate is also showing its age, and is far too small for a city of millions. But with one tower in a park, and the other on native land, there has never been more than talk of rebuilding. In Halifax there is significant municipal spending on public transport as well as a huge infrastructure project in the heart of the downtown area. A 1960s highway interchange will be removed and the lands redeveloped for improved city connection. That will include integration with green space and new real estate developments. Even further out, there is a renewed push for a Canadian Football League franchise for Halifax that would require a stadium, funding for which is being hotly debated.


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