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PORTS: An Integral Part 
of Canada's Economy

Canada’s seaports are key to moving goods and people via complex logistical supply chains extending to seaports in more than 160 countries throughout the world. Every year Canada’s Port Authorities contribute much to Canada’s economy:

  • 311.5 million tonnes of cargo (2016)
  • More than $22 million to their local communities (2010-2014)
  • Over $200 billion worth of goods
  • 213,110 direct and indirect jobs
  • $14 billion in salaries
  • $25 billion added to Canada's GDP
  • More than 1.3 million cruise ship passengers
  • $53 billion in economic activity

» Canada's Strategic Gateways Poised for Growth

What's New

February 15, 2018
Port of Toronto Records Best Year in More than a Decade with Upwards of 2.1 Million Metric Tonnes of Cargo Arriving in 2017
It was the best year in more than a decade for the Port of Toronto which moved 2,172,750 metric tonnes of cargo in 2017. The strong year in marine imports, along with a significant rise in cruise ship arrivals, confirms the Port’s position as a vital part of Toronto’s economic infrastructure.

February 7, 2018
Saint John Port Authority Annual General Meeting and Conference
Port Saint John is thrilled to host the Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) 60th Anniversary Annual General Meeting and Conference. September 10-13, 2018 - Join Us!

February 7, 2018
Halifax Port Authority : Another strong year for the Halifax cruise industry
The 2018 cruise season in Halifax will get underway on April 22, 2018 with the arrival of Fram, a Hurtigruten vessel. “It is a very exciting time for cruise in Halifax,” said Cathy McGrail, Associate Vice President of Cruise, Operations and Corporate Affairs, Halifax Port Authority. “Thanks to strong partnerships with the cruise lines, tour providers in Nova Scotia and tourism industry groups, we are looking at another very strong season”.

February 6, 2018
Windsor Port Authority: Port Traffic Rebounds in 2017
After unexpected declines in the 2016 season, the port rebounded nicely in 2017 with total cargo handled at all the port’s facilities increasing by almost 7%.

January 17, 2018
The Port of Sept-Îles is pleased to announce a nearly 6% increase in the volume handled in the port with 24,231,000 tons handled in 2017 versus 22,942,000 tons the previous year. This growth is chiefly due to increased iron ore shipments from IOC Rio Tinto, Tata Steel Minerals Canada, and Société ferroviaire et portuaire de Pointe-Noire (SFPPN).

January 11, 2018
2017 was a big year for iron ore boats in the Great Lakes ports!
The Great Lakes iron ore trade had its best year since 2012. Freighters transported more than 60 million tons of iron ore from Great Lakes ports in 2017. That’s an increase of 10 percent compared to 2016, according to data released by the Lake Carriers’ Association on Wednesday.

January 5, 2018
The Port of Trois-Rivières welcomes the first ocean-going vessel of 2018, the Lowlands Opal
The Lowlands Opal is the first ocean-going vessel from an overseas port to dock at the Port of Trois-Rivières in 2018. It reached the port on Thursday, January 4, at 1:10 p.m., following a 16-day non-stop Atlantic voyage.
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January 5, 2018
The vessel arrived in ballast and will set sail again on January 6, 2018 with 77,000 tons of iron ore from IOC Rio Tinto destined for Ghent, Belgium.

January 1, 2018
The Port of Montreal welcomes the first ocean-going vessel of 2018
By crossing the downstream limits of the Port of Montréal at Sorel at 11:55 a.m., the Ottawa Express became the first ocean-going vessel to reach the Port of Montréal without a stopover in 2018.


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