WESTAC is bringing together transportation and other interested leaders for a conversation on the current status of the West Coast marine spill prevention, preparedness and response regime.


This Summary synthesizes the discussion from a Workshop held May 27, 2016 in Regina which brought together thirty-five stakeholders in the grain handling and transportation system in Western Canada. The Workshop provided an opportunity for senior decision-makers to discuss improvements to grain supply chain visibility and performance for bulk grain exports to West Coast ports.


Western Transportation Projects Inventory: A comprehensive list of major transportation infrastructure projects impacting freight moving in, to and from Western Canada






Post-Meeting Report – 2016 Spring Member Forum. What’s Next for Infrastructure? Planning and Investing for the Future


Western Canada’s transportation infrastructure can and must support Canada’s trade objectives and continue to move products safely, efficiently and competitively.


The objectives of this briefing are to describe a typical order fulfillment process for a sale of bulk grain* to an international buyer and identify some of the key issues in the performance of the bulk grain logistics system.

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