The federal government plans to offer a $9 per tonne subsidy on crop shipments through the Port of Churchill.  |  File photo

Churchill grain receives funding

$9 per tonne | Subsidies offered on a first-come, first-serve basis to shippers

TISDALE, Sask. — The federal government has released details of a five-year, $25 million program aimed at boosting the amount of grain shipped through the Port of Churchill in northern Manitoba. Beginning this year, the Churchill Port Utilization Program (CPUP) will offer a shipping subsidy of $9 per tonne to grain companies that ship grain, […] Read more