Prince Rupert saddles his horse at last


The last few months have been a tense time for the parties involved in the Prince Rupert container terminal development: the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA), Canadian National Railway (CNR) and Maher Terminals. Construction and conversion of the breakbulk Fairview terminal was scheduled to begin last November but the Environmental Review decision was delayed as the Canadian federal government negotiated with two First Nations groups, known collectively as the Coast Tsimshian, who sought more

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