Grain helps boosts port activity

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The Federal Kumano at the Viterra A elevator Thursday afternoon was loaded with canary seed and soy beans. (Sandi Krasowski)
The Federal Kumano at the Viterra A elevator Thursday afternoon was loaded with canary seed and soy beans. (Sandi Krasowski)

The Port of Thunder Bay’s 2012 shipping’s season is off to a great start.
Thunder Bay Port Authority CEO Tim Heney said Thursday that cargo shipments for the month of April were up 34 per cent over last year, due mostly to higher grain volumes.

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