|The 730-foot Canadian Olympic should be departing the Twin Ports around 8 am this morning, assuming it came in as expected very early this morning. It will be taking 30,000 tons of coal to Ontario Power Generation in Nanticoke. This is only the 4th visit the boat has made to the Twin Ports this season. Last year, it made 16 trips. It was built in Port Weller, Ontario in 1976, the year the Olympics were held in Montreal. That was the source of the new boat’s name. Above, it is entering the Duluth ship canal in December, 2003.