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Feds spend to upgrade Port of Oshawa

Feds spend to upgrade Port of Oshawa

OSHAWA, ONT. — Federal Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra has announced spending of $14 million towards a $30-million export expansion project at the Port of Oshawa east of Toronto.

The funding comes from the National Trade Corridors Fund.

The Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority is contributing the remaining $16 million.

The allocation will modernize operations in the port’s main area, enabling growth, stated a release. Improvements planned at the port include expanding marine infrastructure, upgrading storage and container terminals and extending and paving roads in the harbour.

“This project represents a major opportunity to increase capacity to import and export goods in and out of Ontario through the Port of Oshawa,” stated Alghabra. “By supporting the Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority, we will improve the movement of goods across Canada’s transportation networks and keep Canadian supply chains competitive.”

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