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Captain John MacIsaac, Strait of Canso Superport Board Chair recently attended one of the last international conferences being held anywhere in the world just before the world shut down in mid-March. This conference brought a wide range of experts from Canadian and European Universities, Government...

Pierdae Energy Ltd. delays final investment decision on proposed LNG facility in Goldboro due to market conditions and global fallout from COVID-19. Read full story here. ...

The Canso Canal has re-opened to marine traffic for the 2020 shipping season. the canal typically closes every December 24th, in anticipation of ice buildup in the Northumberland Strait, and re-opens in April. This year the Canso Canal re-opened on Tuesday, April 14th. ...

On a daily basis, The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation stays up to date on evolving COVID 19 protocols and directives pertaining to ports and the Shipping Industry. The Strait of Canso Port is a well established entry point for both domestic and international vessels....

Given the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and the declared State of Emergency by the Nova Scotia Government, The Strait of Canso Superport is restricting access public access to our office. We have also introduced new procedures in regards to operations working alongside or boarding a vessel,...

The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation continues to make its public wharf available to stimulate local business activity. Mulgrave Machine Works recently completed a project, manufacturing equipment for the White Rose Project off Newfoundland & Labrador. The Mulgrave Marine Terminal was utilized to move this...

The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation regularly invests in infrastructure to generate economic activity in the Strait Region. The installation of a Three Phase power supply to the wharf face on the Mulgrave Marine Terminal is an example of a strategic investment that is attracting...

The Strait of Canso Superport Corporation continues to play a strong advocacy role in advancing the interests of the Port....