Canada could squeeze profits out of port sales: C.D. Howe study

The Port of Vancouver is Canada’s most valuable port; C. D. Howe estimates the port’s equity stake is valued at up to $2.2-billion, making up the majority of the country’s four largest ports, which have a total estimated value of $3.4-billion. The report conducted by C. D. Howe suggests the federal government should seek out ways to gain greater returns for its land ownership at these ports. If the federal government opts to take advantage of this opportunity and receive more economic growth out of the ports, it could be a beneficial way of providing infrastructure dollars to various projects around BC. Read on in The Globe and Mail.


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