The port of Vancouver, Canada’s largest, said on Tuesday that all rail access had been cut by floods and landslides further to the east, a development that could hit shipments of grain, coal and potash. Two days of torrential rain in the Pacific province of British Columbia triggered major flooding and shut rail routes operated by Canadian Pacific Rail (CP.TO) and Canadian National Railway (CNR.TO) , by far the country’s two biggest rail companies. “All rail service coming to and from the Port of Vancouver is halted because of flooding in the British Columbia interior,” said port spokesperson Matti Polychronis. The floods have also closed numerous highways, including all main routes to Vancouver, she said. In Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his Liberal government was very concerned about the flooding and would provide any help it could. Vancouver’s port moves C$550 […]