Investing requires analysis, time, and effort. The question is whether these investments will be recovered over the years?

We understand that we need to evolve over time as new technologies, such as electric cars, increasingly enter our Canadian lives and roads. Saskatchewan and Ontario’s investments in railway infrastructure will certainly support Canada’s trade corridors. Investments to expand warehouse capacity will also accelerate loading at ports. The relocation of the railway crossing in Regina, Manitoba, is particularly good for economic growth and infrastructure in central Canada.

I see the railway industry as an integral part of the Canadian economy. Canada has sufficient resources and capabilities to undertake the project. In addition, it will allow us to work closely with specialists from around the world to build high-speed intercity trains and modernize not only cities but also commercial transport.

Serge Zavtur, Logistics Coordinator 

Read more about the investments and climate studies, here.