She was originally 730 feet long and could carry almost 23,000 tons of cargo.
In 1999, she was sent to the Port Weller docks for conversion. She would get a new bow and cargo section. Her new dimensions would be 740 feet long and she would be able to carry almost 40,000 tons of cargo.
Her conversion was completed in 2000 and she was re-christened with her new name.
She is owned by the Canada Steamship Lines.
Here she is passing under the Ambassador Bridge.
The ship is named after the Canada Steamship Lines President. He would later become Canadian Minister of Finance and Prime Minister.