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Toronto's rubber duck: Waste of money or clever tourist attraction?

Canada 150 celebrations recently kicked off with the arrival of the world's largest rubber duck floating ashore at Toronto's harbourfront. As the guest of honour for the Redpath Waterfront Festival, the rubber duck was a point of contention,...

source: By Katherine Radin
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OMCA would like to remind all coach operators that Electronic Logs will be mandatory in the U.S. as of Dec. 18, 2017 (deadline to comply is Dec. 17). To help you prepare, we are providing two documents for you to download: A one-pager document you can use to help educate...

source: OMCA

The Quebec government is moving ahead with an exploratory study for a third link — either another bridge or a tunnel — between Quebec City and Lévis. Véronyque Tremblay, the province's junior transport minister,...

source: CBC News

The Ontario Northland Transportation Commission will increase bus service in the Northeast and will work in collaboration with existing private carriers to introduce service to communities in the Northwest, the provincial government recently announced. Liberal MPPs Michael...

source: Sudbury Star

Both Canadian members of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) and United States' representatives of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) were on-hand recently to ask members of the media to use their imaginations to get the full picture of their expansive...

source: Today's Trucking

Ontario is envisioning a future in which millions of electric vehicles are on the roads, but analysts predict consumer uptake will remain far off the government target for 2020, despite tens of millions of dollars in subsidies. The...

source: National Post

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau chose the flashy new headquarters of China's social media giant Sina Weibo as the first stop on his trade-focused official visit, where he pumped up Canada as a tourist destination and later highlighted...

source: Hamilton Spectator


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