In The News

  • CentrePort Welcomes Brazilian Ag Manufacturer

    June 23, 2012

    Motomco Group of Brazil, Premier Greg Selinger and CentrePort Canada announced today that the Brazilian agricultural equipment manufacturer will open its first Canadian-based operation in Manitoba. More

  • More companies, trade set for CentrePort

    April 27, 2012

    ​CentrePort Canada has taken another step forward in its plans to become an economic powerhouse. More

  • CentrePort Industrial Park Sold Out

    April 12, 2012

    CentrePort Canada and DTZ Barnicke Winnipeg today announced the sell-out of the second phase of Brookside Industrial Park West with a total of seven companies setting up operations in the... More

  • Motoring along: CentrePort on its way to becoming transportation gateway

    December 15, 2011

    Drivers of the 20,000 trucks a week who use the two-lane Inkster Boulevard can all see the rail overpass under construction west of Brookside Boulevard. More

  • Diane Gray: A port in the middle of the continent

    September 18, 2011

    Winnipeg, port city. It’s an unlikely label for a Prairie city far removed from any ocean. But Diane Gray’s vision, as CEO of CentrePort Canada Inc., is to build Canada’s first inland port on... More

  • Two More Companies Expand to CentrePort Canada

    June 3, 2011

    CentrePort Canada and DTZ Barnicke Winnipeg today announced the sale of more than 27 acres inside Brookside Industrial Park West, a new development located in the northeast section of the inland... More

  • Winnipeg Working to Regain Role as Transportation 'Gateway to the West'

    May 23, 2011

    Often-overlooked Winnipeg, a city that had become predominantly known for wind, bugs, crime and floods, is experiencing a quiet renaissance, reinventing itself at every level and embracing its... More

  • CentrePort on track to develop rail facility

    April 27, 2011

    CENTREPORT Canada is about to embark on the development of a common-use rail facility. More

  • 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