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Arctic Port Set for First Grain Shipments Since 2015

Canada's Port of Churchill will ship durum, wheat, canola, lentil & pea crops

Canada’s arctic port of Churchill is set to resume its first grain shipments since 2015 after a group backed by investor Prem Watsa stepped in last year to buy the facility and a related rail line linking the northern town with the rest of Manitoba, reports Bloomberg.

The 88-year-old port on the shores of Hudson’s Bay will resume operations in the next few months, reducing by several days the shipping time to deliver grains to Europe and the Middle East across the Atlantic Ocean.

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