The Port of Montréal will receive CAD$18.4m in government investment to help create more ‘middle class’ jobs and help local businesses compete by moving commercial goods to market.
The Port of Montréal is partnering with Société de verdissement du Montréal métropolitain (Soverdi) – the Greening Society of Metropolitan Montréal - and Alliance Forêt urbaine – the Urban Forest Alliance - to extend the canopy of greenery on its lands, with a first step for the alliance being the planting of 375 trees.
Landlord-favourable environments are the order of the day on Jones Lang LaSalle's (JLL) most recent seaport property ranking.
The Government of Canada has provided $5m of funding for the Port of Montréal Authority's shore power project, set to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by allowing ships to shut down their diesel engines and link up to an electrical grid provided by forms of renewable energy.
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