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Grain shipping capacity on Canada’s West Coast is in the midst of a major overhaul. Over the past few years, factors that include the de-regulation of the Western Canadian wheat market and the emergence of new grain industry competitors has resulted in a flurry of port investments that could add more than 15 million tonnes of annual grain shipping capacity to Canada’s busiest export corridor. All told, Canadian grain companies are on track to invest roughly $1.5 billion on Vancouver-area port facilities...