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  SESSION I - Roundtable Opening Introductions
 
The Status of Canada's Asia Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative
(4.5MB)
Presenter: John Higginbotham, Principal Advisor, Pacific Gateway, Transport Canada
Pacific CrossRoads (4.8MB)
Presenter: Barry E. Prentice Ph.D., MCIT, Transport Institute, University of Manitoba & Graham Parsons PhD., Organisation for Western Economic Cooperation
   
  SESSION II - Asia Pacific Gateways & Continental Transportation in the Great Plains
 
Gateways, Corridors and Global Freight Distribution: TransPacific Issues (7MB)
Presenter: Jean Paul Rodrigue, Department of Economics and Geography, Hofstra University
Some US Experience with Trade Corridors (4.8MB)
Presenters: Andrew R Goetz, PhD, Department of Geography and the Intermodal Transportation Institute, University of Denver
Supply Chains in Saskatchewan: Decades Late and $B Short (63KB)
Luncheon Speaker: Dr. A. Wayne Clifton, President, Clifton Associates Ltd.
   
  SESSION III - Issues in the Development of Gateways & Corridors New Worlds of Continental Transportation
 

Experiences Shipping into Asia and North America through Pacific Rim Gateways and Corridors (4MB)
Presenter: Scott E. Rudderham, Vice President, Operations, Canpotex Ltd., Saskatoon

Approaches to Capturing Gateway Corridors (9.3KB)
Presenter: Clare Kirkland, Director, Regina Regional Economic Authority
Agricultural Supply Chains Moving through the Asia Pacific Gateways& North American Corridors (295KB)
Presenter: Sylvain Charlebois, Assistant Professor in Marketing, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Regina
   
  SESSION IV - National Transport Policy in an era of Continental Movement
 
Strategic options in Canadian transport policy: The interface between trade pressures and domestic policy (1.84MB)
Presenter: Peter Phillips, Professor, Department of Political Studies,
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

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