The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) represents close to 60 freight and passenger railway companies—railways that transport more than 88 million passengers and more than $328 billion worth of goods across our country each year.
The Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority is a port authority that controls the ports in both Hamilton and Oshawa in the Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario, Canada. It was created in 2019 when the Hamilton Port Authority and the Oshawa Port Authority were merged by the Government of Canada.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority operates Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario, west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto Pearson is Canada’s largest airport facility with a traffic of 49.5 million passengers in 2018. The authority’s headquarters are on the airport grounds.
Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, architects, consultants and technical specialists, working across every aspect of today’s built environment. Together we help our clients solve their most complex challenges – turning exciting ideas into tangible reality as we strive to find a better way and shape a better world.
The Canadian Pacific Railway, known as CP Rail between 1968 and 1996 and simply Canadian Pacific, is a historic Canadian Class I railway incorporated in 1881. The railway is owned by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited, which began operations as legal owner in a corporate restructuring in 2001.
Harbour Link Container Services Inc. (Harbour Link) provides container drayage and off-dock container terminal services to all sectors of the container shipping community. Customers include shipping lines, freight forwarders, 3PL’s, big box retailers, major importers and shippers that route containerized cargo through the Vancouver Gateway, including the CP & CN Rail portals to/from all points within the Greater Vancouver area.
The Montreal Port Authority’s mandate is to facilitate domestic and international trade and thereby contribute to the attainment of local, regional and national socioeconomic objectives. The Authority is committed to providing highly-efficient facilities and services for its clients while respecting the environment.
The Chamber advocates for safe, sustainable, harmonized and competitive policy and regulation that recognizes the marine transportation system’s significant advantages in the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, Coastal and Arctic regions.
The marine industry is vital to our prosperity by enabling efficient trade within North America and around the world. As the safest, most efficient and environmentally smart method of carrying bulk freight, the increased use of marine transportation alleviates highway congestion, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and is a vital catalyst to overall economic growth.