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Construction photos of Winnipeg's soon-to-be transportation hub

CentrePort Canada, a 8,000-hectare inland port being developed on the city's edge is a one-stop shop for air, truck and rail shipments and is designed to reroute North American trade through the middle of the country

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Crews work on CentrePort in Winnipeg Friday, May 20, 2011. CentrePort is to be a major transportation hub for North America based in Winnipeg.

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Crews work on CentrePort in Winnipeg Friday, May 20, 2011. CentrePort is to be a major transportation hub for North America based in Winnipeg.

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