Canada Stewart Port Railway
Stewart World Port believes there is an opportunity to ship grain from the Prairies out of Stewart World Port. The port is located only 220km from the CN main line which connects Saskatchewan to Prince Rupert. This has prompted interest from other commodity owners to evaluate shipping from Stewart. Stewart World Port and Canada Potash are collaborating and currently have engineers completing a study on the 220km area where rail would connect Stewart to the CN main line. With the additional rail Stewart World Port will have the ability to export potash from Saskatchewan and import phosphate fertilizer.
Canadian Stewart Railway has applied for its investigative permit. High level mapping of the 220km has been conducted and it is believed that the rail can be constructed in 2% grade or less. For a map of the proposed railway, please click the link below.