Feds in Mississauga today to tell Canadians how supply chain issues will be fixed

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Published October 6, 2022 at 8:58 am

Federal Transport Minister and Mississauga Centre MP Omar Alghabra will be in Mississauga today (Oct. 6) to talk about soon-to-be-released recommendations from the National Supply Chain Task Force.

The task force was launched by Alghabra in January of this year to study ways in which supply chain congestion, which has impacted people in Mississauga and coast to coast, can be alleviated.

The group consulted broadly with industry, associations and experts to examine the key pressures and make recommendations regarding short- and long-term actions “to strengthen the efficiency, fluidity and resiliency of transportation infrastructure and reliability of Canada’s supply chain,” federal government officials said.

Alghabra will hold a news conference at 1 p.m., following the release of the National Supply Chain Task Force final report.

He’ll be at The Rosedale Group trucking company in the city’s east end to speak about how Canada will strengthen its supply chain and make life more affordable for Canadians.

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