Canadian Progress docked in winter

The Canadian Progress will be here today for the 8th time this year loading about 30,000 tons of low sulfur coal brought in by train from Wyoming and Montana. The coal is then carried to Ontario Power Generation in Nanticoke. The Canadian Progress was built in 1968. The name comes from Canada’s 1967 centennial year’s motto, “A Century of Progress”.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 12-01-2005
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