In The News

  • Industries Flock to Sites at CentrePort

    February 24, 2011

    A shortage of serviced industrial land is driving up land prices at a double-digit pace and sparking a mini building boom on the CentrePort site in northwest Winnipeg. More

  • Canadian Arctic Gateway Pondered

    November 8, 2010

    Manitoba is being eyed as a potential new international transportation route to North American markets. More

  • First CentrePort Seeds Sprout

    October 16, 2010

    The first wave of light manufacturing/logistics businesses to set up shop at CentrePort is starting to break ground on the northeast corner of the sprawling site. More

  • CentrePort Looks at Partnership Opportunities

    August 19, 2010

    Most of Winnipeg’s major roads are a tangle of construction this summer. More

  • Ground Broken on Roads to CentrePort

    June 18, 2010

    Construction on the roads that will connect to Canada's first "inland port" began on Friday in Winnipeg. More

  • Road to Success

    June 9, 2010

    CentrePort Canada's first-ever business plan, to be released this morning, is targeting 250 acres of development in its first five years of existence. More

  • CentrePort Primed for Takeoff

    April 23, 2010

    CentrePort Canada is about to take the next step to becoming a fully realized enterprise with the release of its first-ever business plan in the next few weeks. More

  • The Logistics Advantage North of the Border

    April 10, 2010


  • Rail Crucial to Inland Port

    January 2, 2010

    CentrePort Canada's initial project may be the construction of a highway but Diane Gray believes the key to the success of the inland port will be the development of a rail access strategy. More

  • Freeway Could Save $450 Million

    December 14, 2009

    The new speedier bypass route through the city's proposed inland port could save truckers and motorists as much as $450 million in gas, time and accidents over the next 25 years. More