In 1976, she was acquired by the Hall Corporation to be used to carry Labrador Ore from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the steel mills Hamilton, ON. At this time, she was revamped to her current configuration. She would end up being 730 feet long and could carry 29,500 tons of cargo. She was renamed the Montcliffe Hall.
In 1988, she changed owners again and was renamed the Cartierdoc by her new company N.M. Paterson and Sons.
In 2002, the Paterson and Sons Company ended their shipping business and she was sold to the Canada Steamship lines. At this time, she was renamed the Cedarglen.