July 23, 2021

Fertilizer Canada Response: Building the Canada We Want in 2050: Engagement Paper on the National Infrastructure Assessment

Canada’s fertilizer industry requires safe, secure, and accessible transportation of its products into domestic, U.S., and offshore markets. Following our review of the engagement paper, we have outlined the primary infrastructure challenges and concerns faced by our industry below. While some of our comments are related to transportation infrastructure, including rail, roads, and ports, we also have longer-term concerns about the capacity of Canadian infrastructure to support our industry in achieving climate goals and lowering greenhouse gas emissions. To maintain competitiveness for Canadian industry while improving environmental sustainability, it is vital that the Government of Canada prioritize trade-enabling infrastructure as well as infrastructure that supports Canadian industry in achieving its climate goals.


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