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Service Updates

Weather Delays in Halifax Region – January 13, 2022

Please note that we are expecting transit delays due to snow and freezing rain beginning in the Halifax region Friday January 14, 2022 and continuing through Monday January 17, 2022. Please anticipate 24-48 hour potential delays, depending on the severity of the system as it passes through the region. We will continue to provide updates as the situation develops.

Vancouver Terminal Closure – December 30, 2021

Please note regular service in BC today has been cancelled due to severe road and weather conditions – we are unable to perform any pick-ups or deliveries as a result. It is important to note arrangements will be made to reschedule all pick-up and deliveries as soon as possible.

Update to Vancouver Rail Traffic- November 23, 2021

We have recently received news that both CN and CP will resume a slow start up on the Vancouver corridor. Traffic staged on outbound lanes at origin will be moved first prior to any new intermodal traffic being accepted.

Delays due to Derailment in Prescott Ontario

Please be advised that there has been a derailment in Prescott Ontario, affecting the main line to Canada’s east Coast. We are currently experiencing delays into and out of this region as a result of this unfortunate incident. We will continue to provide updates as information is made available.

Potential Service Disruption due to severe weather in Halifax

Please be advised that there is a potential Hurricane due to pass through Halifax, NS this coming Monday August 23, 2021. The severity of this system may affect pick ups/deliveries in this area. We will monitor and provide updates as this system evolves.


The industry continues to experience significant supply chain disruption due to the Wildfires burning in the interior of BC. The following information has been provided as of 12 pm July 6, 2021


Highway 40, Eastbound is currently closed to traffic in Montreal’s West Island, as work crews dismantle a crumbling traffic sign near the Morgan exit.
As of 10:43 am this morning the sign has been removed and they are expecting to get all lanes reopened by noon today.


Due to a mechanical failure that was identified on the Oceanex Connaigra during its return voyage from St. John’s to Montreal which required immediate repair before sailing to Newfoundland again, there will be a delay. We expect that the Oceanex Connaigra will return to service for the Saturday, June 5th scheduled sailing from Montreal.


ver the course of the last year, the employer of the longshoremen working at the Port of Montreal, the Maritime Employers Association (MEA), and the union representing those workers, Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) have been attempting to negotiate a new collective agreement, as the previous one expired on December 31, 2018