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Barges used for Sable Decommissioning Project Utilizing MMT's North Berth The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation continues to dedicate a great deal of effort to attract business opportunities to the Strait Region to help keep the local economy vibrant. There is no doubt that 2020 was a trying...

The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation prides itself in making our common user facilities available to the Strait Area business community to generate economic activity in the region. This past year, weight restrictions on the Wyldes Bridge on Mulgrave's Main Street presented some challenges in trucking...

The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation continues to make the common user, Mulgrave Marine Terminal available to local businesses and contractors to generate economic activity in the Strait Region. The Photo above highlights the range of activity currently taking place at the Terminal. Notable activity...

Captain John MacIsaac, Chairman of the Strait of Canso Superport Corporation Board of Directors spent some time over the summer as an Ice Advisor/Pilot in Canada's North. The following is a summary of Captain MacIsaac's experiences and some interesting observations regarding material he read in...

Superport's CEO Tim Gilfoy recently made a presentation to Port Hawkesbury's Town Council, which he discussed the need for port governance for the Strait of Canso Port. This article summarizes the meeting with the Council, read it here: https://www.invernessoran.ca/top-story/1594-superport-loses-out ...

The decommissioning work that was recently done by Hereema at Chedabucto Bay is being highlighted once again, this time by the Guysborough Journal. Click the link to check out the article: https://www.guysboroughjournal.com/article1.php?ID=706 ...