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CANADA: Strong growth and proactive provincial policies are raising Canada's profile in the North American wind-energy market, but the country presents unique challenges to companies looking to gain a foothold.

by Diane Bailey
New business: Nanaimo Port started handling turbine components in June for the 99MW Cape Scott wind farm on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
New business: Nanaimo Port started handling turbine components in June for the 99MW Cape Scott wind farm on Vancouver Island, British Columbia

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