Global Transportation Hub Authority is a Crown corporation owned by the Government of Saskatchewan established on June 29, 2009 to perform marketing, financing, planning and attracting investment for an inter-modal transfer and logistics facility in Regina. 
The Global Transportation Hub consists of:
Canadian Pacific Railway inter-modal facility valued at $50 million on 300 acres, increasing container lift capacity from 40,000 to 250,000 annually
Loblaw Western Canada Distribution Centre - consisting of one-million square foot, $250 million distribution facility handling 3,000 trucks per week
Yanke Group and AFI Distribution Group, $20 million, 40 acre facility consisting of yards, warehouses and a cargo container facility. 
Consolidated Fastfrate (CFF) intermodal and distribution facility
Alliance Grain Traders (AGT) $50 million investment pasta plant
GTH 2012 Capital Works program valued at $32.5 million will provide road, sewer and water infrastructure for current and future tenants within the GTH footprint.