“Without decent transportation links between the port of Halifax, Toronto, and the rest of the continent, good old isolated Atlantica will wither on the vine.” So writes Jim Meek in his column in the October 2005 edition of Progress magazine.

But he is optimistic such transportation infrastructure will be built. He takes a look a recent developments in the international northeast economic region and concludes there is hope.

However, he warns that much like ancient Romans, “Atlanticans” need to understand construction of the much needed links won’t be “built in a day”. 

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