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April 21, 2017
First cruise vessel to arrive April 24
The 2017 Halifax cruise season will officially start April 24 at 4:15 p.m. with the arrival of the Amadea, a Phoenix Reisen vessel. This cruise ship will first berth at Lunenburg at 7 a.m. and will depart for Halifax at noon.

April 21, 2017
Growth at Port of Halifax - again
Increase in traffic, larger vessels account for growth for '21 consecutive months'. Fuelled by the arrival of a new service and bigger vessels, container traffic at the Port of Halifax rose yet again during the first three months of this year. "We are seeing 14 per cent growth year over year . . . and we've now seen 21 consecutive months, or seven quarters, of growth," Lane Farguson, a spokesman for the Halifax Port Authority, said in an interview Friday.

April 12, 2017
First Saltie to Windsor Port in 2017.
CAPTAIN MAXIM KOROLKOV and crew of the first ocean going vessel of the season were welcomed at the ADM Windsor Grain Terminal on April 10 by officials of the terminal and Windsor Port Authority. The M/V HEMGRACHT docked at ADM on April 7 and is expected to leave on April 12 with a load of feed products destined for Dublin, Ireland.

April 10, 2017
Local Gymnastics Training Reaches New Heights Through Investment from Port of Prince Rupert.
One of Prince Rupert's newest sporting societies has grown by leaps and bounds thanks to a financial contribution from the Port of Prince Rupert.

April 6, 2017
Halifax Port Authority has banner year.
Profits almost doubled at the Halifax Port Authority last year, as shipping lines brought in more cargo and the cruise ship industry surged ahead. "It was a strong year across all our lines," Paul MacIsaac, the port authority's senior vice-president, said in an interview Thursday. "All types of cargo were up and cruise ships were strong as well."

April 5, 2017
Grain shipments make for busy March at Thunder Bay port.
The Port of Thunder Bay opened with a solid week of shipping to start the 2017 navigation season, with March volumes above the ten-year-average. Port Authority CEO Tim Heney said the first ships have been lakers, and the majority of cargo shipped was grain from last year's strong prairie harvest.

April 5, 2017
THE PORT OF MONTREAL CELEBRATES ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF CONTAINER SHIPPING.
Yesterday, the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and its clients celebrated the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the first containers at the Port of Montreal, a milestone in supply chain history.

March 25, 2017
Smooth sailing to port; Captain of port's 1st ship of season amazed by what he barely saw on lake.
The Manitoulin laker arrived in the Thunder Bay Port on Friday morning, and docked at the Richardson Elevator at 7:42 a.m., making it the first ship to arrive in the 2017 navigational season. Ship Capt. John Carlson said the trek to Thunder Bay was smooth sailing with the least amount of ice that he's seen in the last 30 years in Lake Superior.

March 23, 2017
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities Commends Strong Commitment to Canada's Trade-Enabling Transportation in Budget 2017.
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March 21, 2017
Containerized seafood exports are a major economic driver for Nova Scotia
The movement of containerized cargo through the Port of Halifax is a major contributor to the economy of Nova Scotia. The most recent economic impact report, produced by Chris Lowe Planning and Management Group, found the Port of Halifax's economic output from operations on the economy of Nova Scotia in 2015/16 is $1.706 billion in economic output, up 5.9% from the last economic impact update to the end of 2013.

March 13, 2017
Prince Rupert Cruise Ship Visits Increase in 2017
The Port of Prince Rupert today released its 2017 cruise schedule, celebrating a more than 100% increase in the number of ships and passengers visiting the coastal community this summer.

March 9, 2017
Nearly Two Million Tonnes of Cargo Delivered Through the Port of Toronto in 2016
In 2016, the Port of Toronto moved 1,874,035 metric tonnes of cargo, marking another strong year for marine imports into the city and once again re-affirming the Port's position as a vital part of Toronto's economic infrastructure.

March 9, 2017
Nearly Two Million Tonnes of Cargo Delivered Through the Port of Toronto in 2016
In 2016, the Port of Toronto moved 1,874,035 metric tonnes of cargo, marking another strong year for marine imports into the city and once again re-affirming the Port's position as a vital part of Toronto's economic infrastructure.

March 7, 2017
Spring is near for Port of Hamilton
The first day of spring marks the start of shipping season at the Port of Hamilton this year. Twenty-one vessels including ships, tugs and barges that passed the winter and underwent repairs in Hamilton will be venturing back into the Great Lakes starting March 20. The maintenance work conducted here is part of an estimated $160 million spent on repair and infrastructure projects this winter by Canadian ship owners and the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation in ports ranging from Sarnia to Port Colborne to Thunder Bay.

February 24, 2017
The MPA welcomes the establishment of the Montreal Industrial Port Zone
The President and CEO of the MPA, Sylvie Vachon, together with the Minister for Maritime Affairs, Jean D'Amour, the Mayor of Montréal, Denis Coderre, and the Mayor of the Borough of Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Réal Ménard, today announced the signing of an agreement for the establishment of an industrial port zone (IP Zone) in Montréal.

February 23, 2017
The Port of Trois-Rivières receives the Prix hommage Coup de coeur - Fierté régionale from the Chambre de commerce et d'industries de Trois-Rivières at the 2017 Gala Radisson
On Friday, February 17, the Chambre de commerce et d'industries de Trois-Rivières and the event's Platinum partner, Desjardins Entreprises, announced in front of 520 people gathered at the Delta Trois-Rivières the winners of the 32nd Gala Radisson.

February 16, 2017
St. John's Port Authority first sponsor for new, marine industry award
The Turning the Tide Awards will include three, separate awards; supported through a sponsorship program, but with the port authority in St. John's coming on as the first sponsor.

February 6, 2017
Nanaimo Port Authority wins high marks from customers; 2016 results show higher volumes, 65 new jobs.

February 6, 2017
Port Investment Helps City Performing Arts Facility Shine Brighter
The Lester Centre of the Arts celebrated its 30th anniversary on Saturday at a gala event featuring new theatrical lighting and stage draperies purchased through a contribution from the Port of Prince Rupert's Community Investment Fund.

January 23, 2017
Port of Halifax had busiest year in a decade.
The Port of Halifax is coming off its biggest year for cargo since the Great Recession of 2007-08, when the American economy tanked in the wake of the subprime mortgage crisis.

January 20, 2017
Port of Hamilton releases results of 2016 shipping season.
The Hamilton Port Authority has released its cargo results for the 2016 shipping season. In 2016, 562 vessels visited the Port of Hamilton, carrying 9,277,282 MT of cargo, edging out the 2015 season total by 0.4%. Hamilton continues to hold its position as the largest Canadian Great Lakes port (as measured by cargo volume). This modest increase in Hamilton's cargo is in contrast to the overall Seaway cargo totals, which fell by 3% in 2016.

January 17, 2017
PORT OF SEPT-ÎLES 2016 IN REVIEW.
The volume of cargo handled at the Port of Sept-Îles increased 1% in 2016 to 23 million tonnes compared with 22.7 million tonnes in 2015. Mining company IOC Rio Tinto increased its shipments with 18.6 million tonnes in 2016 versus 17.8 million tonnes the previous year. And Tata Steel Minerals Canada shipped 1.6 million tonnes in 2016 compared with 2.3 million in 2015..

January 9, 2017
THE PORT OF SEPT-ÎLES HANDS OUT ITS 30th CANE TO THE FIRST SHIP OF THE YEAR
The M/V AM Krakow, a Marshall Islands registered vessel, sailing from Ghent, Belgium, was the first ship to arrive in Sept-Îles this year, at 3:50 a.m. on January 1, 2017. The vessel arrived empty and docked on January 8 at IOC Rio Tinto dock Nº 2. It will set sail again today with 78,580 tons of iron ore destined for Ghent, Belgium.

January 9, 2017
Sunda First vessel of the year at the Port of Trois-Rivières
The Sunda is the first ocean-going vessel from an overseas port to dock at the Port of Trois-Rivières in 2017. It reached the port on Sunday January 8, at 6:51 p.m., following an 11-day non-stop Atlantic crossing. It left the Port of Bilbao in Spain on December 28, 2016.

January 9, 2017
Port of Thunder Bay Closing Season on High Note
The 2016 shipping season will officially close today, January 9, 2017 with the arrival of an inbound shipment via the vessel MV Frontenac.

January 4, 2017
AWARDING OF THE 178TH GOLD-HEADED CANE IN THE SPIRIT OF THE 2017 CELEBRATIONS
Montreal Port Authority (MPA) President and CEO Sylvie Vachon today presented the Gold-Headed Cane to Shipping Agent Denis Blondeau of SMK Tanker Agency, who accepted it on behalf of South Korean national Captain Danel Ju, master of the Chem Sirius, the first ocean-going vessel to enter the Port of Montreal without a stopover in 2017.

2016 Archive

December 16, 2016
$25,650 Given to Saint-Dominique-et-Sainte-Catherine-de-Sienne School by Roue libre-Port de Trois-Rivières Cycling Team.
A few days from the beginning of the Holiday Season, the Roue libre-Port de Trois-Rivières team is making a generous donation to the students of Saint-Dominique-et-Sainte-Catherine-de-Sienne School of $25,650, which it raised by participating in the Grand défi Pierre Lavoie (GDPL). Read more English | Français

December 15, 2016
Final Seaway surge expected before shipping season ends
Chamber of Marine Commerce (Ottawa, Ontario), December 15, 2016. The St. Lawrence Seaway is expecting a strong finish to the shipping season as freighters deliver critical raw materials and exports for North America's industrial and agricultural sectors before the waterway closes December 31. According to The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, total cargo shipments reached 30.3 million metric tons for the period from March 21 to November 30. In December, dozens of ships were still in the navigation system.

December 13, 2016
District Energy System is a Model for a Smart, Sustainable Port
Hamilton, ON - Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) and Hamilton Utilities Corporation (HUC), through its subsidiary HCE Energy Inc., are partnering to implement an Industrial District Energy System (IDES) on Pier 10 at the Port of Hamilton. The system will include an energy centre consisting of a 2 megawatt (MW) natural gas engine that will provide electrical power to the grid, while at the same time 'co-generating' hot water and steam to supply port tenant buildings and operations on the Industrial District Energy loop. The energy centre is designed to deliver clean, efficient energy to port tenants on Pier 10 in a cost competitive manner.

December 12, 2016
Fairview Container Terminal Expansion Project Reaches 75% Milestone
PRINCE RUPERT, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- The Port of Prince Rupert and DP World today announced a significant milestone in the ongoing expansion of Fairview Container Terminal.

December 8, 2016
New Boat Storage Facility for Harbour West Marina
Harbour West Marina (HWM), operated by Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is celebrating the opening of a new boat storage facility on Pier 15. Marina customers and special guests gathered on December 8 for a first look inside the new 60,000 sq.ft / $10 million facility.

December 4, 2016
Port of Thunder Bay reports strong November
November is proving to be another strong month for the Port of Thunder Bay this year, with more than one million metric tonnes of cargo leaving the docks last month. Officials with the Thunder Bay Port Authority said cargo tonnage for the month of November was 16 per cent higher than the 10-year average. Read more (NetNewsLedger.com)

December 8, 2016
New Boat Storage Facility for Harbour West Marina
Harbour West Marina (HWM), operated by Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is celebrating the opening of a new boat storage facility on Pier 15. Marina customers and special guests gathered on December 8 for a first look inside the new 60,000 sq.ft / $10 million facility.

December 4, 2016
Port of Thunder Bay reports strong November
November is proving to be another strong month for the Port of Thunder Bay this year, with more than one million metric tonnes of cargo leaving the docks last month. Officials with the Thunder Bay Port Authority said cargo tonnage for the month of November was 16 per cent higher than the 10-year average. Read more (NetNewsLedger.com)

December 1, 2016
New port CEO bullish on Hamilton's future
The new head of the Hamilton Port Authority is bullish both on the city's prospects and the role the port can play in attracting jobs and investment. Ian Hamilton, who was named Thursday as the port authority's president and CEO, is quoted.

THE WILLIAM TETLEY AWARD 2017
The William Tetley Award 2017 by The Canadian Maritime Law Association. A literary Award valued between $500-$1000.
Submission deadline is December 31, 2016. Click here for complete details. (pdf)

November 23, 2016
20th Annual Harbour Lights Campaign Begins November 28th
Campaign has raised nearly $2.5 million for 13 food banks since 1997.

November 21, 2016
Halifax Port Authority releases final cruise numbers for 2016.
November 21, 2016, Halifax, NS - The Port of Halifax welcomed over 238-thousand cruise guests during the 2016 cruise season. This year saw 238,217 guests arriving on 136 cruise vessels. The busiest passenger day was October 11, a five-ship day.

November 18, 2016
Halifax Port Authority preparing for next stage in global shipping.
The Halifax Port Authority has commenced a significant master planning exercise to prepare for the arrival of 'ultra-class' containerized vessels of over 10,000 TEU; large scale industrial mega projects; increasing larger cruise vessels; and how the Halifax Seaport District can complement the urban growth and revitalization currently underway in downtown Halifax and Dartmouth.

November 18, 2016
Port of Montréal expands global reach thanks to new container terminal.
Investments made by the Government of Canada and the Montréal Port Authority to enhance the Port of Montréal's infrastructure will make the global movement of goods more fluid, create direct and indirect jobs in transportation systems across the country, contribute to national prosperity and help grow the middle class.

November 7, 2016

On The Money, CBC. Watch our president Wendy Zatylny on how ports are affected by the Oceans Protection Plan.

November 16, 2016
Nanaimo Port Authority and Pacific Heliport Services Complete Heliport Expansion.
The Nanaimo Port Authority (NPA) and Pacific Heliport Services Ltd. (PHS) are pleased to announce that an upgrade project to expand the existing heliport located on NPA's Cruise Centre lands has received final certification and approval for flight operations effective November 6, 2016.

November 14, 2016
Iron ore exports keep St. Lawrence Seaway shipping on course.
A surge of North American iron ore exports to Japan and China is keeping the St. Lawrence Seaway bustling in the critical months before the shipping season winds down.

November 9, 2016
NEW TERMINAL 13 AT THE PORT OF TROIS-RIVIÈRES NEARING COMPLETION.
Construction of Dock 13 at the Port of Trois-Rivières will be completed by the end of November, one month ahead of schedule and within budget. Starting in December, ships will be able to berth at Dock 13, and cargo will be handled in the 23,500 square metre area (5.81 acres).
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November 9, 2016
More cargo headed to Port of Halifax.
A huge consortium of shipping lines is going to be sending more container vessels to the Ceres Group's Fairview Cove Container Terminal at the Port of Halifax.

November 9, 2016
Bumper grain harvests lift St. Lawrence Seaway shipments.
Strong movements of North American grain and renewed iron ore export activity in September have spearheaded an upswing in shipping on the St. Lawrence Seaway.

November 9, 2016
Intermodal keeps Port of Prince Rupert confident, even with resource downturn.
"We're seeing some decline from the peak volumes we experienced a couple of years ago where we surpassed 20 million tonnes," says Shaun Stevenson, Vice-President, Trade Development and Public Affairs at Port of Prince Rupert.

November 8, 2016
Enhanced Gym Floor at City's Recreation Complex the Result of Community Partnership.
The City of Prince Rupert's Recreation Complex today celebrated a newly-refinished playing surface for the Russell Gamble Gymnasium. The project was completed at a cost of $74,000 through funding provided by partners including the Port of Prince Rupert, Northern Development Initiative Trust, and the City of Prince Rupert.

November 8, 2016
CANADA’S PORTS WELCOME THE OCEANS PROTECTION PLAN.
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities today commended the Federal government’s steps to protect Canada’s oceans and coasts as announced in the Oceans Protection Plan.
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November 4, 2016
Ground Search and Rescue Society Renews Equipment Through Port Investment.
People exploring Prince Rupert's pristine wilderness can feel even safer knowing local responders are better equipped than ever before in the event of an emergency.

November 3, 2016
CANADA'S PORTS WELCOME GARNEAU'S TRANSPORTATION FRAMEWORK - Transportation 2030 "a good foundation to work from".
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities today welcomed the overall approach as well as the enhanced support for infrastructure, trade corridors and green technology laid out in "Transportation 2030", Minister Garneau's vision for the future of the transportation system in Canada.
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October 27, 2016
Port of Halifax to bid "bon voyage" to final cruise vessel of 2016.
The final vessel of the 2016 Halifax cruise season, the Royal Caribbean International Serenade of the Seas, is scheduled to arrive Friday, October 28, 2016 at 8:00 a.m.

October 27, 2016
Viterra Hosts Grand Reopening of Pacific Terminal at Port of Vancouver.
Nanaimo's final cruise ship visit of the year is scheduled on Thursday when the Star Princess sails into port for the day.

October 26, 2016
Positive cruise season results for Montreal.
Montréal's cruise season came to a close yesterday with the departure of Oceania Cruises' Regatta. According to the information collected to date, the city welcomed 90,000 passengers and crew members this year, representing some $23 million in tourist spending at local businesses, attractions and hotels.

October 25, 2016
Container traffic slated to grow in Halifax.
Viterra Inc. hosted an official grand reopening event at its Pacific Terminal at the Port of Vancouver. The event recognized the successful completion of Viterra's $100 million investment at the terminal, including a new ship loader and other state of the art enhancements.

October 25, 2016
Port of Oshawa Welcomes Local Chamber Members.
It's not often that a tour bus makes the rounds at the Port of Oshawa. The port was delighted to welcome members of the Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce to its first Port Day, an opportunity for the local business community to get a first hand glimpse of the inner workings of our national-deep sea port.

October 24, 2016
City and Port partner to study food-sector warehouse facility in Hamilton.
The City of Hamilton and the Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) are jointly initiating a study to determine the feasibility of a full-service food and beverage warehouse located at the Port of Hamilton.

October 21, 2016
The economic engine of Hamilton's port.
Even with major declines in steelmaking on the bayfront, Hamilton's port is still a major driver of the local economy, generating almost $1 billion in gross output and nearly 4,000 jobs. A new report prepared by CPCS for the Hamilton Port Authority calls the port "a key economic engine" of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and Ontario.

October 18, 2016
Nanaimo rolls out the red carpet for last cruise visitors of season.
Nanaimo's final cruise ship visit of the year is scheduled on Thursday when the Star Princess sails into port for the day.

October 18, 2016
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Named a Top International Airport in Condé Nast Traveler 2016 Readers' Choice Awards.
Earlier today Condé Nast Traveler announced that Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Billy Bishop Airport) has ranked fourth worldwide in the Condé Nast Traveler 2016 Readers' Choice Awards, the premier international travel industry awards voted on by more than 300,000 travellers around the world. Ranking only behind Singapore (SIN), Seoul, South Korea (ICN), and Doha, Qatar (DOH), Billy Bishop Airport (YTZ) was the only airport in Canada to be recognized in the category.

October 17, 2016
Ports of Indiana, Port of Trois-Rivieres partner to launch market study.
The Ports of Indiana and the Port of Trois- Rivieres announced today that the two port authorities have formed a first-of-its-kind marketing partnership and will conduct a joint study to explore new maritime shipping opportunities.
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October 13, 2016
Tapped-Out Hospital Bathing Facility Restored Through Port Community Investment.
The Prince Rupert Regional Hospital will once again be able to offer patients a therapeutic bathing experience thanks to the latest community investment from the Port of Prince Rupert.

October 4, 2016
Montreal port truckers can tap app for terminal wait times.
Drayage drivers serving the Port of Montréal can track terminal wait times via a new app aimed at improving gate fluidity and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Montréal Port Authority President and CEO Sylvie Vachon is quoted.

October 3, 2016
Strongest September Shipments in 20 Years.
The Port of Thunder Bay experienced its strongest September in two decades, with 1.2 million metric tonnes of cargo transiting the port during the month. The last time cargo volumes reached this level for the month of September was in 1997.

October 3, 2016
Halifax Port Authority receives Information Technology award.
The Halifax Port Authority's air gap monitoring program has received an award from the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA).

October 3, 2016
Project to reduce greenhouse gases at the Port of Montreal.
The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) announces the implementation of a project that will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by optimizing truck routes to and from terminals located on Port of Montreal territory.

September 28, 2016
Port of Oshawa Supports Ontario's Diverse Economy.
Ontario's Great Lakes ports, including the Port of Oshawa have long played an important role in supporting Ontario's changing economy. These ports move virtually every commodity imaginable, from grain, steel and aggregate to wind turbines that are now a part of the province's growing renewable energy sector.

September 15, 2016
Shore-Based Radar System Enhances Marine Safety as Prince Rupert Vessel Traffic Grows.
The Port of Prince Rupert today announced the commissioning of a new shore-based radar regime designed to safely accommodate the port's growth in vessel traffic and international trade.

September 09, 2016
Association of Canadian Port Authorities Welcomes Returning Chair.
Mario Girard, CEO of the Port of Quebec, will lead ACPA Board of Directors for another term. With the Association of Canadian Port Authorities having established itself as a leader in trade and transportation policy in Canada, the ACPA is renewing the term of Mario Girard as Chair of the Board.
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September 08, 2016
Canadian Port Authorities discuss efficiency in shipping.
With crops set to come off the prairies in the coming months, Canadian ports are gearing up for a busy shipping season. The Association of Canadian Port Authorities is holding its annual general meeting in Thunder Bay and some of the hot topics include how to grow ports and shipping in Canada, as well as discussing barriers to shipping on the Great Lakes.

September 08, 2016
Canada's Ports Honour Pioneer in Grain and Shipping Industry.
Today, the Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) presented Richardson International Limited, a pioneer in the grain industry, with the prestigious ACPA Medal of Merit Award at the 58th annual ACPA conference.
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September 02, 2016
Canadian Ports Drive Success.
What’s one thing most of the world’s leading cities have in common? A port. As the global market becomes more intimate and interconnected, the importance of a strong and sustainable transportation network is a necessity.
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August 30, 2016
Why Canada's ports are worth the investment.
Donna Taylor, ACPA vice-chair and President and CEO of the Oshawa Port Authority, believes there's a need for a strong strategy to support and encourage more Great Lakes-Seaway shipping.

July 28, 2016
Port Saint John and DP World Enter Long-Term Lease for Operation of West Side Container Terminal.
Today Port Saint John officials announced a lease agreement with global trade enabler DP World for the operation of its container terminal, the largest private sector investment in the port in decades.

July 27, 2016
Windsor Salt mine expansion 'great news' for port authority.
Windsor Salt will invest more than $60 million to expand to the next mining level of the Ojibway salt mine, another 121 metres below ground.

July 27, 2016
Port of Oshawa rail spur pulls its weight.
Imagine moving a piece of cargo that weighs almost as much as a blue whale. No problem for the Port of Oshawa's rail spur. It's allowing the port to break into the niche project cargo market by handling cargo of all shapes and sizes, including a mammoth motor compressor arriving earlier this month from a company in the Kawartha Lakes.

July 12, 2016
Government funding to help strengthen and broaden cargo services at Port Saint John.
The governments of Canada and New Brunswick are committed to supporting Atlantic and Canadian businesses and building a vibrant economic future for the middle class while addressing regional challenges. This is why the federal and provincial governments are providing more than $136 million in funding to modernize Port Saint John's Westside terminals.

June 30, 2016
Port Contribution in Metlakatla Promotes Health and Recreation.
The Port of Prince Rupert today announced a contribution that will make a difference to the quality of life for residents of Metlakatla, BC.

June 30, 2016
Major investment to extend dock 10 at the Port of Trois-Rivières.
Significant investments for improvements to the Port of Trois-Rivières involves extending dock 10 towards the east and filling the space between this extension and the current dock 9 which will increase exterior storage space in this area from 3,000 m2 to 12,000 m2, enabling increased shipping of a large variety of products and non-containerized general cargo. As a result, this will improve the competitiveness of shipping on the St. Lawrence and of the region's manufacturing companies. Read also on the Port of Trois-Rivières website.

June 24, 2016
Annual Public Meeting Highlights Port Diversification and Strengthened Relationships.
The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) this week highlighted strengthened relationships with local stakeholders while presenting the successes of its diversified growth strategy in 2015. Details of the PRPA's activities and financial results were discussed during its Annual Public Meeting, held Thursday afternoon at the Crest Hotel in Prince Rupert.

June 23, 2016
Port's Largest Community Investment Yet Will Enhance Digital Connectivity and Youth Recreation in Lax Kw'alaams.
The Port of Prince Rupert this week announced its largest Community Investment Fund contribution to-date in the community of Lax Kw’alaams, British Columbia.

June 22, 2016
The Port of Trois-Rivières paints a positive picture for 2015 and honours longshoremen with a new beer.
During its annual general meeting, the Trois-Rivières Port Authority (TRPA) released the results for 2015, which amounts to $1.5M. "We welcomed 203 ships for a total of 3 million metric tons of cargo. International cruise ship traffic increased sharply, with a total of 16 stopovers and 7,000 passengers," stated Cléo Marchand, chairman of the board of directors of the TRPA.

June 21, 2016
Port of Oshawa Meets Growing Demands of Businesses.
The Oshawa Port Authority hosted its Annual General Meeting today, releasing its 2015 audited financial statements that show the port's expanded facilities continue to generate new investment and support local and regional businesses.

June 18, 2016
The Port of Montreal is a proud partner of Vague estivale 2016.
The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) is pleased to contribute to the program of summer activities offered by the borough of Rivière-des-Prairies¬-Pointe-aux-Trembles, the Vague estivale. For the past several years, the MPA has sponsored historic cruises that offer residents a chance to discover the natural, historic and maritime heritage of the far eastern part of the Saint Lawrence River in Montreal.

June 6, 2016
Halifax Port Authority achieves top marks for commitment to environmental sustainability.
The Halifax Port Authority has achieved top marks as measured by Green Marine environmental sustainability criteria. This places the Halifax Port Authority among the top-rated Canadian ports as measured by Green Marine.

June 3, 2016
Port Investment Helps Power Growth at Community's Volunteer-Run Sunken Gardens.
One of Prince Rupert's most picturesque places is the site of a major improvement project.

June 3, 2016
Port cargo volumes normal for end of May.
The Port of Thunder Bay handled close to 900,000 metric tonnes of cargo during the month of May, bringing year-to-date volumes to a normal level for this time of year.

May 13, 2016
Annual meeting of the Montreal Port Authority: Another year of growth in 2015 and major projects in the works
In 2015, cargo traffic handled at the Port of Montreal rose 5.2% over the previous year to reach 32 million tonnes. This is a record high for the Port of Montreal.

April 25, 2016
Alexandra Pier and Iberville Passenger Terminal: Restored and ready for the 2017 cruise season.
Minister of Tourism, Minister responsible for the Mauricie region Julie Boulet, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy, Minister of Public Security, Minister responsible for the Montréal region Martin Coiteux, Minister for Maritime Affairs, Minister responsible for the Bas-Saint-Laurent region Jean D'Amour, and Mayor of Montreal Denis Coderre announced $35 million in financial support to the Montreal Port (MPA), in the presence of MPA President and CEO Sylvie Vachon. This partnership will make it possible to restore Alexandra Pier and Iberville Passenger Terminal and provide modern port facilities for the 2017 cruise season.

April 19, 2016
Halifax Port Authority revenue grows almost five per cent in 2015
Revenues at the Halifax Port Authority increased almost five per cent to $35.4 million in 2015, reflecting a solid year for the authority's three lines of business - cargo, cruise and real estate.

April 18, 2016
Port Investment in Kitkatla Kitchen and Greenhouse Benefits Skill Development and Community Nutrition
The Port of Prince Rupert announced today that a $244,000 investment from its Community Investment Fund will help preserve traditional food production, increase nutritional education and develop new skills within the Gitxaala Nation.

April 13, 2016
Port of Oshawa Kicks Off New Shipping Season
The Port of Oshawa has officially welcomed the first international vessel at a special Top Hat ceremony, signaling the start of a new shipping season. M/V Wigeon arrived from Portugal with more than 20-thousand metric tonnes of steel rebar.

April 13, 2016
Cooperative agreement renewed between the Ports of Antwerp and Montreal Canada NewsWire.
Yesterday during a joint trade mission in Montreal, the port authorities of Montreal and Antwerp, Belgium renewed their cooperative agreement.

April 12, 2016
PortsToronto Celebrates the Arrival of the First Ship of the Season with the 155th Annual Beaver Hat Ceremony.
PortsToronto Harbour Master Angus Armstrong "crowns" Federal Rideau Captain Sharma Vinod Kumar with a 200-year-old silk and beaver top hat at the 155th annual Beaver Hat Ceremony at Redpath Refinery. The annual ceremony dates back to the mid-1800s and celebrates the arrival of the Port of Toronto's first ocean-going vessel of the season.

April 10, 2016
Massive Crawler Crane is Keefer's first project cargo of the season.
MV Minervagracht took on the port's first project cargo shipment of 2016 at Keefer Terminal. The cargo is a massive crawler crane, components of which arrived at the terminal via 80 truckloads from Alberta. Logistec Stevedoring provided ship-loading services.
Read more on tbNewsWatch.com

April 5, 2016
ACPA Celebrates Western Hemisphere Ports Day
Today the Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) is pleased to celebrate Western Hemisphere Ports Day, a day of recognition acknowledging our industry's role as a key driver of job creation and economic prosperity, and its commitment to education, training and environmental stewardship initiatives on behalf of the communities they serve across Canada and the Americas.
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April 4, 2016
A strong 2016 cruise season marks Canada Place's 30th anniversary.
Port Metro Vancouver's 2016 cruise season officially kicks off today with the arrival of the Star Princess at Canada Place. Vancouver expects to welcome approximately 830,000 passengers on 228 calls, reflecting a forecasted three per cent increase in passenger volume over 2015.

April 4, 2016
Port of Montreal mapping steady growth.
With its strong emphasis on general cargo, the Port of Montreal has managed to be largely shielded from the plunge in global commodity markets. Indeed, Montreal has gained traction, surging to second place among Canadian ports after Vancouver for total cargo and maintaining its market share with NY/NJ and other competing U.S. East Coast ports for North Atlantic container business.

April 1, 2016
Season's first saltie just misses breaking Port of Thunder Bay record.
A vessel that arrived Tuesday became the second foreign-flagged ship to ever cross the local port's breakwall before April, missing the record by two days.

March 30, 2016
Port of Oshawa Kicks Off New Shipping Season.
It's the most celebrated season of the year at the Port of Oshawa. With the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway now open, the port is getting set to welcome the first overseas vessel of the 2016 navigation season with a special Top Hat ceremony. In anticipation of last week's opening, ships were lining up.

March 29, 2016
New Navigation Systems Enhance Safe Shipping at Port of Prince Rupert.
The Port of Prince Rupert today announced completion of critical milestones in the implementation of marine safety enhancement projects achieved together with partner agencies.

March 29, 2016
Exciting start to season.
The Chronical Journal. This year's navigation season opened with a tight race between two laker vessels aiming to be the first in Thunder Bay's port. The shipping vessels MV Tecumseh and MV Algoma Equinox both had their eyes on the covetted top hat title when they arrived into Thunder Bay's harbour on Saturday. Read also on CBC.ca and TBNewsWatch.com.

March 25, 2016
Iron ore shipment marks start of season at port.
A new shipping season weighed anchor in the Port of Hamilton Thursday with the arrival of a ship load of iron ore destined for ArcelorMittal Dofasco.

March 23, 2016
Statement from Wendy Zatylny, President of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities, on the release of Canada's Federal Budget.
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March 4, 2016
Montreal Port Authority welcomes development of industrial port areas. The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) said today that it welcomes the Government of Quebec's announcement of its $300 million investment in the development of Industrial port areas throughout Quebec. Read more on CanadianManufacturing.com

March 2, 2016
Federal funding announced for CHONe II in partnership with INREST, the city of Sept-Îles, the Port of Sept-Îles, and others. Institut nordique de recherche en environnement et en sante au travail (INREST), the City of Sept-Îles, and the Port of Sept-Îles are pleased with today's announcement in St. John's by the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism, of funding for Phase II of the Canadian Healthy Oceans Network, aka CHONe II, directed by Dr. Paul Snelgrove of Memorial University, Newfoundland. A $5 million five-year grant will be made through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), with an additional $1 million from Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

February 28, 2016
A transportation mode whose time is Now. By Wendy Zatylny, President, Association of Canadian Port Authorities.

February 24, 2016
Yellowline directs $5000 donation from annual Port of Hamilton environment award to Hamilton conservation foundation. Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is pleased to announce the winner of its annual Environmental Excellence Award: Yellowline Asphalt Products Ltd. The annual award recognizes a port partner's contribution to respecting and protecting the natural environment.

February 23, 2016
Port of Oshawa Rail Spur Helps Cargo Go the DistanceIt's been just shy of a year since the official opening of the port's $4.1 million rail spur, which is proving to be to a crucial link in meeting the growing demands of businesses, most notably the steel industry. So far, the rail spur has carried 41 cars of steel to Western Canada.

February 22, 2016
Ontario's Ports - Connecting to the World. Budget Brief to the Ontario Minister of Finance, The Honourable Charles Sousa.

February 19, 2016
ACPA Presentation before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. ACPA President, Wendy Zatylny, speaks before the House of Commons Finance Committee on pre-budget consultations 2016 and calls for financial flexibility, port infrastructure and continued high level security for Canadian ports to maintain their competitive edge in the global trade markets.

February 18, 2016
ACPA proposal for the forthcoming Federal 2016 Budget.
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February 18, 2016
Diversification protects Port Metro Vancouver from full impact of economic downturn. Port Metro Vancouver today released its 2015 year-end statistics. Overall volume remained steady at 138 million tonnes of cargo as sectors experiencing declines were offset by others that hit new records. This is the port's third consecutive year of strong cargo volumes, with new records set in the container, potash, and grain and agri-product sectors.

February 14, 2016
Food is the new steel at Hamilton's Lake Ontario ports. Amid a rout in global steel markets, the port that serves Canada's steel town has found a new focus: food.

February 1, 2016
Hockey Goals Help Build Healthy Community Through Port Sponsorship. As the Prince Rupert Rampage hockey club kicked off the 2015/2016 post-season on Saturday night at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre against the Terrace River Kings, the Port of Prince Rupert announced a significant charitable contribution related to the team's accomplishments.

January 29, 2016
Exporters eye Hamilton port. After decades of neglect, Hamilton, Ont., is gaining attention as an export hub. Money is flowing into the port as companies peg Hamilton as a good location to base trade in crop and food products from Western Canada going to markets in eastern North America and overseas.

January 28, 2016
Port of Thunder Bay Posts Another Remarkable Season. The port's overall cargo total for 2015 was just over 8.9 million metric tonnes, ranking as the third-strongest tally since 2000 and 17% stronger than the five-year average of 7.6 million metric tonnes. Grain shipments were remarkably strong toward the end of the season, as more than 2.3 million metric tonnes of grain were shipped from the port on lakers and salties since the beginning of November.

January 22, 2016
Cargo Volumes Continue to Rise at Port of Oshawa. More than 378-thousand metric tonnes of cargo moved through the Port of Oshawa in 2015. That's up by 5.95 percent from the previous year, or over 21-thousand metric tonnes. Shipments of potash, magnesium chloride and asphalt were up along with steel.

January 22, 2016
Cargo Performance Proves Port's Resilience In Shifting Economic Conditions. A 26% surge in container volumes and the continued success of grain and wood pellet terminals at the Port of Prince Rupert helped stabilize overall 2015 results in the wake of declining coal volumes and international commodity markets.

January 20, 2016
2015 IN REVIEW. The volume of cargo handled by the Port of Sept-Îles in 2015 dropped 4.6% to 22.7 million metric tons, compared to 23.8 million tons in the previous year. The slight decrease, due mainly to the closure of Cliffs Natural Resources in Pointe-Noire, was almost completely offset by the increase in shipments by Rio Tinto IOC, which rose by 24% to 17.8 million tons, and those of Tata Steel Minerals Canada, at 2.3 million tons. Tata Steel is now a major shipper, accounting for 10% of the port's annual volume.

January 20, 2016
Port Traffic Rebounds in 2015. Windsor Port Authority (Windsor, Ontario), January 19, 2016. After a slump in total tonnage handled in 2014 following the record year in 2013, Port Windsor rebounded nicely in 2015 with an increase in total traffic of 3.8%. Tonnage reached 5.642 million tonnes, well above both the five- and ten-year averages for the port.

January 15, 2016
Port experiences significant year-over-year traffic increase of 10%. During 2015 Port Saint John experienced an overall 10% increase over 2014 in all commodity sectors of port traffic, with a total tonnage figure of 26.4 million metric tonnes of cargo handled throughout the year.

January 13, 2016
The Port of Montreal's Good Neighbourhood Committee takes stock of its first year At the end of 2014, the Montréal Port Authority set up a Good Neighbourhood Committee to improve communications with nearby communities. Among other things, it addressed the Port of Montréal's array of projects, its complaints management process, intermodal freight transportation, and various concerns of committee members. The committee aims to foster closer and more lasting relations between the MPA and its neighbouring communities.

January 13, 2016
Port Invites Applications to Community Investment Fund. The Port of Prince Rupert announced this week that the application period for its 2016 Community Investment Fund is open.

January 12, 2016
Seaway Wraps Up 2015 Navigation Season With OECD Innovation Award Under Its Belt. The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, January 12, 2016. With water temperatures well above the 10-year average, the St. Lawrence Seaway closed its 2015 navigation season ice-free on December 31st. Thirty-six million tonnes of cargo transited the waterway during the season, with grain, at volumes well above the five-year average, leading the way.

January 11, 2016
Port Development Forecasted to Employ Thousands More as Prince Rupert Capitalizes on Status As Global Community. The Port of Prince Rupert today released a study projecting that its fully-realized development plan could generate almost 5,000 new jobs in northern British Columbia directly related to port activity, with corresponding increases in wages and government tax revenues.

January 5, 2016
The Port of Sept-Îles hands out its 29th Cane to the first ship of the year. Sailing under Netherlands flag, the M/V SPAARNEGRACHT, was the first ship of the year to call Sept-Îles, arriving from Savannah, USA, at 9:47 a.m. on Sunday, January 3, 2016.

January 4, 2016
Port of Montreal celebrates 177th Gold-Headed Cane presentation Ceremony. Montréal Port Authority President and CEO Sylvie Vachon officially inaugurated the start of a new year of activity at the Port of Montréal today by presenting the Gold-Headed Cane to Captain Jun Eric Aljo Dalipe, master of the Vigorous, the first ocean-going vessel to enter the Port of Montréal without a stopover in 2016.

2015 Archive

December 8, 2015
Hamilton home to new flour mill operation. The milling division of grain-handling giant Parrish and Heimbecker Limited announced that Hamilton will be the home of the first new flour mill to be built in Ontario in 75 years. The new building, seven storeys totalling 10,000 square feet, will be built at the north end of Wellington Street on Hamilton Port Authority land where Parrish and Heimbecker already has a large grain handling terminal. Also mentioned in CBC.ca and HamiltonNews.com

December 8, 2015
Port invests in childhood learning through Prince Rupert Growing Space Society The Port of Prince Rupert is strengthening the foundations of early learning in the community with its latest Community Investment Fund contribution.

December 2, 2015
The Port of Sept-iles Makes a Special Donation to the Guignolée des Média. The Port of Sept-Îles is delighted to do its part for the Guignolée des médias with a very special donation to the Comptoir alimentaire de Sept-Îles food bank: one hundred Christmas turkeys to be distributed among the community's neediest people.

December 1, 2015
Port Posts Strongest November in 17 Years. The Port of Thunder Bay handled 1.2 million metric tonnes of cargo during the past month - the most for any November since 1998.

The 11th Annual Highway H2O Conference - Nov. 18-19, 2015 - Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel Delegates will hear from industry leaders on commodity updates, Seaway specific trends and System wide infrastructure investments.

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November 23, 2015
Over 222-thousand passengers visited the Port of Halifax during the cruise season. This year, the Port of Halifax welcomed 141 vessel calls with 222,309 passengers onboard from April 27 to November 2, 2015. The biggest passenger day was October 16, 2015 with approximately 10-thousand passengers.

November 19, 2015
CMA CGM gains slots to Prince Rupert, capping busy year for port. The announcement this week by CMA CGM that it will share slots on China Ocean Shipping Company's trans-Pacific service from Asia to Prince Rupert, Canada, caps off one of the more eventful years in the short history of the port's container operations: in that span, the port launched an expansion project, gained a major service and made steps to prepare for another expansion. Attracting more U.S.-bound cargo has driven cargo up 31 percent year-over-year in the first 10 months of 2015.

November 4, 2015
Port of Thunder Bay Sees Strong Results in Grain & General Cargo. Thunder Bay Port Authority (Thunder Bay, Ontario), November 4, 2015. The Port of Thunder Bay experienced an above-average October. There was both import and export activity in general cargo in October, with shipments of inbound mining equipment and outbound scrap.

November 2, 2015
More than 92000 passengers and crew members visited Montreal in 2015. According to preliminary numbers, more than 92,000 passengers and crew members transited through the cruise terminal this season, representing a nearly 30% increase over the 2014 season and a 94% hike since the Montreal Cruise Committee was created in 2011.

October 13, 2015
G3 Enhances Eastern Canadian Origination Footprint with Construction of a new lake terminal at the Port of Hamilton. G3 Canada Limited (G3), a newly formed Canadian agribusiness, announced today that it will construct a new lake terminal at the Port of Hamilton to originate grains and oilseeds out of Southern Ontario for export to global markets.

October 5, 2015
Statement by Wendy Zatylny, President of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities, on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

5 Octobre, 2015
Déclaration de Wendy Zatylny, présidente de l'Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes, sur le Partenariat transpacifique

October 2nd, 2015
Canada’s Ports Positioned to Capitalize on New Opportunities. Innovative approach is taking our ports to another level.

2 Octobre, 2015
Les ports canadiens bien positionnés pour saisir les nouvelles occasions. Une approche novatrice permet à nos ports de franchir une nouvelle étape.

2 Octobre, 2015
Les ports canadiens bien positionnés pour saisir les nouvelles occasions. Une approche novatrice permet à nos ports de franchir une nouvelle étape.

September 30, 2015
Canada’s Ports Honour National Railways. CP and CN awarded prestigious ACPA Medal of Merit award.

30 Septembre, 2015
Les ports canadiens rendent hommage aux chemins de fer nationaux. CP et CN reçoivent le prestigieux prix de la Médaille du mérite de l'AAPC.

September 29, 2015
Association of Canadian Port Authorities Welcomes New Chair. Mario Girard, CEO of the Port of Quebec, will lead ACPA Board of Directors for 2015/16.

29 Septembre, 2015
L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes accueille son nouveau président du Conseil. Mario Girard, PDG du Port de Québec, dirigera le Conseil d’administration de l’AAPC en 2015-2016

September 29, 2015
Celebrating 40 Year Partnership at Port of Oshawa, Port of Oshawa (Oshawa, Ontario). This year the International Longshoremen’s Association, Local 1997 celebrates its 40th year at the Port of Oshawa: They’re the crews who work in the heat of cargo holds and under cranes hoisting tonnes of steel. They load, unload, sort, and store cargo through extreme weather conditions, winter and summer. Donna Taylor, President and CEO of the Oshawa Port Authority, is quoted.

September 29, 2015
MEDIA ADVISORY DAY 2 - Pushing the Limits of Canada’s Ports. The Association of Canadian Port Authorities examines challenges and opportunities at its annual conference.

29 Septembre, 2015
AVIS AUX MÉDIAS JOUR 2 - Repousser les frontières des ports du Canada. L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes se penche sur les défis et les possibilités à sa conférence annuelle.

September 28, 2015
MEDIA ADVISORY - The Association of Canadian Port Authorities and the Port of Montreal Welcome the Marine Shipping and Transportation Community to Montreal from September 29 to October 1, 2015

28 Septembre, 2015
AVIS AUX MÉDIAS - L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes et le Port de Montréal accueillent la communauté de la navigation et du transport maritimes à Montréal, du 29 septembre au 1er octobre 2015

September 25, 2015
Canada’s Ports are Pushing the Limits. Moving cargo in the 21st century is the expression of innovation, economic growth and strong communities.

25 Septembre, 2015
Les ports canadiens repoussent les frontières. Le transport des marchandises au 21e siècle est l’expression de l’innovation, de la croissance économique et de communautés fortes.

September 8, 2015
Port of Halifax welcomes another large cargo vessel. The expanded G6 Alliance service through the Port of Halifax continues to bring additional large cargo vessels through the port. Today, the port community will welcome the OOCL Southampton, an 8063 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) 323 metre vessel to the Fairview Cove Container Terminal, operated by Ceres-Halifax.

September 8, 2015
The St. Lawrence Seaway. This article discusses the Great Lakes-Seaway waterway and its relationship with Ontario grain farmers. Captain Scott Bravener, President and CEO of Lower Lakes Towing Ltd. and Stephen Brooks, President of the Chamber of Marine Commerce, are quoted.

September 2, 2015
Thunder Bay Grain Shipments Moderate; Remain Well Above Average. Year-to-date grain shipments remain 23% above the five-year average. Grain volumes are at their second highest level at this point in the season since 2014 during that period.

August 28, 2015
Canada's East Coast ports target increased maritime trade. American Amidst an uncertain global environment, Canadian ports on the East Coast are pursuing a capacity expansion strategy to increase business and to potentially offer alternatives, in some cases, to lingering congestion issues at US ports on the eastern seaboard as well as on the West Coast.

August 26, 2015
Port of Oshawa Stands Out Through Economic Ups and Downs. While half of Canada's 18 Port Authorities, saw their annual tonnage drop last year over 2013, tonnage was up by 22.5 percent in the Port of Oshawa. With a revenue growth rate of 15.9 per cent, Oshawa underwent the most robust growth of any Canadian federal port which is well above the national average of 6.8 per cent.

August 19, 2015
North Shore's port terminals busy as trade numbers grow. Trade through Port Metro Vancouver and its North Shore terminals continues to roar: the port released its mid-year report Tuesday, showing 1.5 per cent growth in cargo over the same period last year. Grain exports, which go through Richardson International and Cargill Canada's Low Level Road terminals were up 8.9 per cent overall with Richardson's new grain elevators expected to be online in 2016.

August 19, 2015
Cargo tonnage down, but salt shipments on rise on Seaway. According to the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, salt shipments through the St. Lawrence Seaway from April 2 to July 31 are up 3 per cent to 1.4 million metric tons, and those figures are in comparison to a particularly strong year in 2014.

August 18, 2015
Demand continues to drive growth at Port Metro Vancouver. Mid-year cargo statistics show 1.5 per cent growth over similar period last year Port Metro Vancouver today released its 2015 mid-year statistics, showing continued growth in trade through the Pacific Gateway.

August 14, 2015
Hermel Exhibition Site Opens in the Port of Sept-Iles. The Port of Sept-Îles, in partnership with Destination Sept-Îles Nakauinanu, officially opened the Hermel exhibition site today in the Port of Sept-Îles Marina building.

August 6, 2015
Montreal expands to handle container growth. JOC.com (Newark, New Jersey), August 6, 2015. The Port of Montréal is on a roll: not only is it enjoying strong increases in cargo volumes last year and in the first half of this year, but it is also getting a big investment by the Québec government to build the infrastructure it needs to handle future growth. As well, the port authority is in the midst of expanding its annual container capacity to 2.1 million 20-foot-equivalent units from the present 1.5 million TEUs.

August 5, 2015
Thunder Bay Port Experiencing Another Formidable Season. into the 2015 shipping season, the Port of Thunder Bay continues to experience very strong cargo volumes. As of July 31, grain shipments through the port's elevators are 26% higher than the 5-year average, and on-par with 2014, which is the strongest season for the port since 1997.

August 03, 2015
Port Saint John to invest $68m in container terminal upgrade

July 31, 2015
Port of Montreal to install shore power for cruise ship terminal and wintering ships. The Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Québec, on behalf of the Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, joined Robert Poëti, Québec Minister of Transport, and Sylvie Vachon, President and CEO, Montréal Port Authority, in announcing today new funding for the installation of shore power at the Port of Montréal.

July 31, 2015
Port of Québec to install shore power at cruise ship terminal. The Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Québec, on behalf of the Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, joined Jean D'Amour, Québec Minister for Transport and the Implementation of the Maritime Strategy, Dominique Vien, Québec Minister of Tourism, and Mario Girard, President and CEO, Québec Port Authority, in announcing today new funding for the installation of shore power at the Port of Québec.

July 30, 2015
The provincial government will invest up to $68.3 million over seven years, through the Strategic Infrastructure Initiative, towards the expansion and modernization of the Westside terminals at the Port of Saint John.

July 28, 2015
Port of Oshawa Cargo Volumes Way Up. Oshawa Port Authority (Oshawa, Ontario), July 28, 2015. Since the opening of its 2015 shipping season in April, bulk cargo volumes through the Port of Oshawa are up by an unprecedented 93 percent over the same time last year.

July 27, 2015
Green Marine has signed a nine-month contract with Transport Canada to provide insight on underwater noise generated by shipping and its effects on marine life, along with potential solutions. English / French

July 22, 2015
Government of Canada and Port Metro Vancouver announce funding for shore power for container vessels

July 10, 2015
The Harper Government Supports Improvements to the Port of Quebec. The Harper Government and the Québec Port Authority announce $60,219,333 in federal funding for the project to construct a deepwater multipurpose terminal at the Port of Québec, under the National Infrastructure Component of the New Building Canada Fund. This project will promote economic growth for businesses and residents in the region and will contribute significantly to making Canada more competitive on the world stage. English / French

July 9, 2015
Exhibit shows how Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System serves millions of people daily. Opening to the public on Saturday at the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Kingston, is an exhibit extolling the benefits of the Marine Superhighway and how it affects the daily lives of millions of people.

July 8, 2015
Government of Canada announces funding for key improvements to the Port of Saint John Significant New Building Canada Fund investment will promote national prosperity.

July 7, 2015
Harper Government announces initiative to improve ship-source oil spill preparedness and response. The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, announced the launch of the Area Response Planning pilot project and related Community Participation Funding Program. Area Response Planning is one of the Government of Canada's measures under the World-Class Tanker Safety System that aims to further strengthen Canada's robust marine safety system by supporting ship-source spill preparedness and response, tailored to a particular geographic area, in collaboration with local communities, Aboriginal groups, industry and all levels of government.

July 6, 2015
Harper government invests in safe marine shipping. The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, along with John Weston, Member of Parliament for West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, announced today that the Government of Canada is providing $3.7M to Clear Seas Centre for Responsible Marine Shipping to help establish the Vancouver-based Centre and support its initial operations.

June 28, 2015
Government of Canada announces a major investment at the Port of Trois-Rivières Financing will enable the Port to increase its productivity and continue to grow.

June 26, 2015
Port's Enhanced Green Wave Incentive Program Rewards Environmental Performance. PRINCE RUPERT, BRITISH COLUMBIA - With the maritime shipping industry making investment in sustainable practices and technologies a priority, the Port of Prince Rupert is enhancing one of its programs that rewards positive environmental performance.

June 25, 2015
HPA donates $10K to Mission to Seafarers. On June 25, 2015, Hamilton Port Authority announced a donation of $10,000 - part of the proceeds of its annual fundraising golf tournament to support the Mission to Seafarers, Southern Ontario.

June 25, 2015
Port Authority Contribution to Local Seafarers Centre Highlights Careers at Sea. The Prince Rupert Port Authority today celebrated the fourth annual International Day of the Seafarer with a donation that will enhance the services provided to hundreds of international seafarers who disembark commercial ships at the Port of Prince Rupert every year.

June 24, 2015
On-line weather and wave forecasting tool launched at Port Saint John. The Governments of Canada & New Brunswick & the SmartATLANTIC Saint John Consortium celebrate the completion of the SmartATLANTIC Saint John Inshore Weather Buoy project.

June 18, 2015
Port Contribution to City of Prince Rupert Roof Repairs Will Keep Arts Strong at Lester Centre. The premier live performance venue of BC’s North Coast will be flipping its lid thanks to the latest investment from the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s Community Investment Fund.

June 18, 2015
Port's Annual Public Meeting Highlights Strong Performance, Value of Diversification. The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) today released details about its increased diversification while reaffirming its commitment to a long-term sustainable growth strategy. Details of the PRPA's activities and financials were discussed during its Annual Public Meeting, held today at the Crest Hotel in Prince Rupert.

June 18, 2015
President of ACPA, Wendy Zatylny, was invited to appear before the Senate of Canada Standing Committee on Agriculture and spoke about how the Ports play a valuable role in facilitating movement of our world-class agriculture products in every region of Canada.

June 15, 2015
New rail spur already a major draw at Port of Oshawa, The Oshawa Port Authority hosted its third Annual General Meeting today, releasing its 2014 audited financial statements that show major projects including the multi-­?million dollar rail spur and cargo pad, are generating new business opportunities and jobs for local workers.

June 11, 2015
Almost 50 grade eight students from Centre Scolaire Samuel de Champlain are visiting the Port of Montreal this week, thanks in part to sponsorship from both Port Saint John and the Port of Montreal. English / French

June 10, 2015
Key maritime industry players have announced the creation of the Maritime Information Bureau (MIB), a new quick access to experts and information about the marine sector, its spinoffs and its activities in Québec.

June 9, 2015
Port of Halifax named 2015 Port of the Year. The Port of Halifax has been named the 2015 Port of the Year by the International Seafarers' Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN).

June 4, 2015
Highlights of 2014 at the Port of Trois-Rivières. The Trois-Rivières Port Authority (TRPA) held its annual general meeting today, during which Mr. Cléo Marchand, Chairman of the Board of the TRPA, gave a brief overview of the highlights of 2014, an exceptional year for the Port. English / French

June 1, 2015
Port of Thunder Bay Off to a Strong Star. Grain shipments through the Port of Thunder Bay are off to their strongest start since 1997: as of May 31, more than 1.8 million metric tonnes of grain have been loaded at the Port's elevators.

May 29, 2015
GREEN MARINE REPORTS STEADY ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRESS BY ITS MARITIME INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS. Green Marine awarded their environmental performance certificates to more than 80 maritime companies yesterday during its GreenTech 2015 conference being held in Seattle, Washington.

May 28, 2015
Port Saint John Announces 2014 Results at Annual Meeting. Port Saint John today held its annual meeting, highlighting areas of strategic business growth, community commitment and the Port's significant contribution to New Brunswick's economic prosperity.

May 19, 2015
The Prince Rupert Port Authority today announced the completion of the Port of Prince Rupert's $90-million Road, Rail & Utility Corridor (RRUC), unlocking new terminal developments and market access for Canadian exporters. (PDF)

May 19, 2015
PortsToronto Reports Seventh Consecutive Year of Profitability.PortsToronto today released its 2014 Audited Financial Statements, marking the organization's seventh consecutive year of profitability and demonstrating PortsToronto's continued role as an investor in, and significant contributor to, the overall prosperity and growth of Toronto.

May 14, 2015
Local port off to strong start after banner year for grain shipments. The Thunder Bay Port Authority highlighted the banner year they had in 2014 at their 16th annual general meeting, saying the city's port authority saw a surge in grain shipments last year that resulted in the largest cargo volume to move through the port in nearly 20 years.

May 12, 2015
Annual meeting of the Montreal Port Authority: more than satisfactory results for 2014. The year 2014 was marked by a substantial upswing in container traffic at the Port of Montréal and the financial results followed: up a significant 8% in the volume of cargo handled, this growth made it possible to cross the threshold of 30 million tonnes of cargo handled in a single year.

May 10, 2015
Rail spur to Port of Oshawa now complete. The rail spur is ready to go as ships start docking at the Port of Oshawa for the 2015 shipping season.

May 5, 2015
Vancouver to Build New Container Terminal. Port Metro Vancouver has submitted an Environmental Impact Statement for a new container terminal at Roberts Bank in Delta, B.C. on Canada's west coast.

May 5, 2015
Port of Thunder Bay Opens With Strong Grain Volumes. Despite a later than usual start to the shipping season, the Port of Thunder Bay handled above-average grain shipments in April: grain elevators loaded more than 688,000 metric tonnes of grain to both domestic and foreign vessels during the month, which is 12% more than the ten-year average for April.

Professor William Tetley Award
The Canadian Maritime Law Association has established the Professor William Tetley Literary Prize Award. Click here for the details.

ACPA proposal for the forthcoming Federal 2015 Budget
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April 27, 2015
2015 Cruise Season is Underway. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) - With the arrival of the Phoenix Reisen vessel Amadea to Halifax this morning, the 2015 cruise season is officially underway in Atlantic Canada.

April 27, 2015
AAPA Elects Port Saint John CEO Jim Quinn To Serve As 2015-16 Chairman Of The Board. At its 2015 Spring Conference on April 21, the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) - the unified and recognized voice of seaports in the Americas - elected Jim Quinn, president and CEO of New Brunswick, Canada's Port Saint John, to serve as the international trade association's chairman of the board for the 2015-16 activity year.

April 23, 2015
Forget oil. Canada's economic future is on the Seaway. If the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region were a country, it would be the third largest economy in the world in terms of economic activity (USD$5.5 trillion) and it generates a jaw-dropping 50 million jobs, or nearly 30 per cent of the combined workforce in the United States (U.S.) and Canada, and accounts for 24 per cent of research and development spending in the U.S. and 72 per cent in Canada.

April 22, 2015
ACPA Federal Budget Statement. Statement from Wendy Zatylny, President of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities, on the release of Canada’s federal budget. Version française (pdf)

April 21, 2015
Halifax Port Authority finalist for international awards. The Halifax Port Authority is a finalist for two 2015 Containerisation International Awards in the categories of Corporate Social Responsibility and Port Authority of the Year.

April 21, 2015
Port of Oshawa Off To Flying Start As New Shipping Season Opens. The Port of Oshawa officially welcomed the first international vessel, M/V Marbacan, at a special Top Hat ceremony today, kicking off a new shipping season, and what is expected to be a pivotal year for the port.

April 16, 2015
Ocean-going ship loads up on Canadian wheat. The shipping season's first ocean-going vessel has made it to Thunder Bay: on Wednesday, Capt. Volodymyr Ovdiyeno was honoured at a special top-hat ceremony aboard the Cyprus-registered MV Tundra, which will leave the port 15,000 tonnes heavier carrying a cargo of western Canadian wheat.

April 13, 2015
CWB Marquis, $40M laker, makes debut visit to city port. THUNDER BAY - One of the next generation of Great Lakes cargo ships made its debut stop in the city.

April 10, 2015
First Laker makes it to Thunder Bay Ontario after icy voyage across Superior. Capt. Vaughan Kendall says getting to Thunder Bay had its share of harrowing moments, with thick ice still coating much of Lake Superior and slow going after sailing through the Sault locks.

April 8, 2015
Port of Oshawa "fully intermodal" with new rail spur. The Oshawa Port Authority announced on April 8 that a long awaited rail spur to the east wharf has been completed and is ready for traffic.

April 8, 2015
PortsToronto Celebrates the Arrival of the First Ship of the Season with the 154th Annual Beaver Hat Ceremony M/V Tundra Captain Volodymyr Ovdiyenko was crowned with the centuries-old silk and beaver top hat at the 154th annual Beaver Hat Ceremony at Redpath Refinery as Captain of the season's first ocean-going ship into the Port of Toronto.

April 6, 2015
German cargo vessel opens Hamilton's shipping season. A German ship loaded with imported steel coils was first into the Port of Hamilton Monday, beating a Canadian vessel full of iron ore pellets to make Canadian steel.

April 2, 2015
Minister Raitt marks the opening of the 2015 St. Lawrence Seaway shipping season. With more than $20 million of Canadian cargo transiting each day, the Seaway is a major contributor to the regional economy of the Great Lakes as well as the North American economy as a whole.

March 31, 2015
Royal Botanical Gardens Rock Garden Rejuvenation Project to receive valuable funding from Hamilton Port Authority. Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) recently announced a $30,000 donation from The Hamilton Port Authority to its Rock Garden Rejuvenation project.

March 25, 2015
Port of Toronto Achieves Eight-Year High for Cargo Imports. More than two million tonnes of cargo from around the world were delivered directly into the heart of the city last year through the Port of Toronto, marking an eight-year high for marine imports into the city and confirming the Port's position as a key contributor to Toronto's transportation infrastructure and economic strength.

March 25, 2015
New Port of Oshawa Company Generates Jobs and Economic Benefits. Triad Metals, one of the Port of Oshawa's newest customers is already making its mark: the company is gearing up to hire new workers, and is currently in the race to bring the first international vessel into the port, kicking off this year's shipping season.

March 24, 2015
TERMONT MONTRÉAL INC. THE FUTURE OPERATOR OF VIAU TERMINAL. Termont Montréal Inc. will be the future operator of the Viau container terminal at the Port of Montreal. Longstanding partners, the Port of Montreal and Termont Terminal Inc. signed a long-term lease on March 19, under which the private company Termont Montréal Inc. will invest $42 million in the initial phase of the terminal project. If container growth continues, Termont Montréal Inc. will invest an additional $30 M towards the project's second phase.

March 17, 2015
The Port of Montréal's cruise operations were singled out for the fourth time by the prestigious magazine Cruise Insight: the port received the Best Turnaround Destination award yesterday, in parallel with the Seatrade Cruise Shipping international convention and trade show. Read More English / French

March 10, 2015
PRINCE RUPERT, BRITISH COLUMBIA - Maher Terminals Holding Corp., the operator of the Port of Prince Rupert's Fairview Container Terminal, today announced its decision to proceed with expansion of the 7-year-old facility, increasing its container capacity by 500,000 TEUs to accommodate growing container volumes and further enhancing the Canadian gateway's growing role in North American trans-Pacific trade. Read More Web version / Pdf version

February 27th, 2015.
On frozen Lake St. Clair, The Windsor Star (Ontario) This story follows life on the Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker the Griffon and its efforts to help the shipping industry in the winter months.

February 23rd, 2015.
Port of Halifax anticipating 146 cruise vessel calls during 2015 cruise season.

February 20th, 2015.
Minister Fast Announces New Partnership with Association of Canadian Port Authorities. A Canadian trade commissioner will be working shoulder to shoulder with the 18 members of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities.

February 19th, 2015.
Houston, Thursday, February 19, 2015 - Green Marine received the Lloyd's List North American Maritime Award last night for Environmental Excellence.

February 12, 2015.
Arrival of M/V Happy Star with the two largest shiploaders in North America. The port of Sept-Iles is very pleased to announce the arrival of the M/V Happy Star with the two gigantic shiploaders destined for the port's multi-user dock. English / French

February 3rd, 2015.
Halifax Port Authority releases Economic Impact Report findings

January 26th, 2015.
The Port of Hamilton has released its tonnage results for the 2014 shipping season. Total cargo volumes were 10,526,732 metric tonnes (MT) in 2014, representing a 5% increase over 2013. Read More (pdf)

January 22th, 2015.
GREEN MARINE SHORTLISTED FOR LLOYD'S LIST AWARDS 2015 Quebec City, Canada, January 22, 2015 - Green Marine has been named as a finalist for the Lloyd's List North American Maritime Awards 2015 to be presented February 18th in Houston.

January 21th, 2015.
The Port of Sept-Iles was pleased today to deliver the results for the year that just ended - an unforgettable year that marked the local port authority's 15th anniversary.

January 19th, 2015.
Canada NewsWire. The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) today announced that it is rebranding itself PortsToronto, effective immediately.

January 15th, 2015.
Exciting developments at the Port of Saint John with a West Side Terminal Modernization Project. Watch the video

January 12th, 2015.
Port of Prince Rupert terminals see record volumes despite decline in overall port tonnage-volumes reached record heights in 2014 at more than half of the Port of Prince Rupert's cargo terminals, according to year-end statistics released this week by the Prince Rupert Port Authority.

January 6th, 2015.
THE PORT OF SEPT-ÎLES HANDS OUT ITS 28th CANE TO THE FIRST SHIP OF THE YEAR. The M/V Cape Nelson, a Chinese registered vessel, sailing from Imbutiba Brezil, was the first ship to arrive in Sept-Îles this year.

January 5th, 2015.
Canada NewsWire. Port of Montreal celebrates 176th Gold-Headed Cane presentation ceremony. Montréal Port Authority (MPA) President and CEO Sylvie Vachon officially inaugurated the start of a new year of activity at the Port of Montréal today by presenting the Gold-Headed Cane to Captain Anuj Kararia, of India, master of the Valencia Express, the first ocean-going vessel to enter the Port of Montréal without a stopover in 2015.

January 3rd, 2015.
First vessel of the year at the Port of Trois-Rivières, Making her first visit to Trois-Rivières, the vessel M/V Goldeneye, operated and chartered by Canfornav and sailing under Cyprus flag, is the first foreign ship to arrive. English / French

January 3rd, 2015.
With traffic reaching 3.7 million tons, the Port of Trois-Rivières enjoyed a record year in 2014 English / French

2014 Archive

December 9th, 2014
"Remarkable" year of grain and steel boosts Seaway season According to the St. Lawrence Seaway, total cargo shipments reached 34.6 million metric tons for the period from March 25 to November 30 - up 5 percent over the same period last year. More in English or French

December 4th, 2014
Reuters, Canada produced more wheat and canola than expected this year.

December 4th, 2014
Port Reaches Tonnage Milestone, Thunder Bay Port Authority (Ontario) With a month left to go in the shipping season, overall volumes are expected to approach the 9.0 million MT mark - a level not seen in over a decade.

December 3rd, 2014
End of the 2014 cruise season - An excellent 2014 season and a very promising 2015. Montreal's 2014 cruise season ended on a positive note. The season opened on May 17 and ended this past November 11, making it the longest cruise season to date for Montreal.
Read more in Canada NewsWire & Cruise and Ferry

December 3rd, 2014
Great Lakes Echo. Great Lakes ice breaking all the rules. Ice is forming on the Great Lakes faster this year than any other: Lake Superior had areas freezing on November 15, the earliest in over 40 years.

November 24th, 2014
Canada NewsWire. An active presence on social media the Port of Montreal, at the heart of the virtual community.

November 24th, 2014
Halifax Port Authority releases final cruise numbers for 2014.

November 20th, 2014
St. Lawrence Seaway Releases Closing of the 2014 Navigation Season Notice.
This article provides closing dates for the St. Lawrence Seaway as well as the Welland Canal and the Soo Locks.

November 18th, 2014
ACPA President, Wendy Zatylny speaks before the House of Commons Finance Committee on the changes to the Canada Marine Act as proposed in Bill C-43 and calls for infrastructure dollars for ports.

November 12th, 2014
Port of Oshawa Announces Major New Project. The Port of Oshawa, in partnership with Oshawa Stevedoring Inc., is pleased to announce that it is expanding its services with the construction of a new multimillion dollar pad on the east port lands. Donna Taylor, President and CEO of the Oshawa Port Authority, is quoted.

November 6, 2014
St. Lawrence Seaway Makes Up for Last Winter's Lost Shipping. As North American industries stockpile raw materials in advance of the winter months and cities across Canada and the U.S. bring in much-needed salt for road safety, the St. Lawrence Seaway flows with international freight.

November 6, 2014
North Americans relying on Seaway for vital cargo ahead of winter

6 Novembre, 2014
Les Nord-Américains dépendent de la Voie maritime pour le transport de marchandises essentielles avant l’hiver

WENDY ZATYLNY's contribution to The Globe and Mail
Canada’s ports must prepare for 21st-century trade deals

H2O Conference November 19 & 20 2014 - Toronto
HIGHWAY H2O CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF BUILDING A STRONG FOUNDATION

October 29, 2014
The St. Lawrence Award presented to Sylvie Vachon

29 Octobre, 2014
Sylvie Vachon, récipiendaire du prix St-Laurent de la Sodes

October 26, 2014
Cruise vessels can now plug in at Port of Halifax.

August 21th, 2014
Alouette opens Aluminium Logistics Centre at Relance Terminal in Sept-Îles
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August 20th, 2014
Canada Port Community honours Alphonse Bélanger with the Medal of Merit award

20 Août, 2014
La Communauté Portuaire Canadienne rend hommage à Alphonse Bélanger en lui remettant la Médaille de Mérite

August 20th, 2014
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) welcomes new board and incoming chair, Bernie Dumas, CEO of the port of Nanaimo

20 Août, 2014
L’Association des Administrations Portuaires Canadiennes (AAPC) accueille son nouveau conseil et son nouveau président, Bernie Dumas, PDG du port de Nanaimo

August 20th, 2014
Green Marine and Canadian Port Authorities to collaborate to reduce environmental footprint

August 17th, 2014
NEWS RELEASE - Canada's Port Authorities are gathering to map out strategies to contribute to Canada's Trade Agenda and supply chain efficiencies in Bathurst, NB – august 17-20, 2014

17 Août, 2014
COMMUNIQUÉ - Réunion des Administrations Portuaires Canadiennes du 17 au 20 août 2014 à Barthurst (N.-B.) pour élaborer des stratégies favorisant le programme commercial et la chaîne d’approvisionnement du Canada

August 15th, 2014
MEDIA ADVIDORY - Canada's Port Authorities are gathering to map out strategies to contribute to Canada's Trade Agenda and supply chain efficiencies in Bathurst, NB – august 17-20, 2014

15 Août, 2014
AVIS AUX MÉDIAS - Réunion des Administrations Portuaires Canadiennes du 17 au 20 août 2014 à Barthurst (N.-B.) pour élaborer des stratégies favorisant le programme commercial et la chaîne d’approvisionnement du Canada

June 17, 2014
Statement By The Association Of Canadian Port Authorities, Regarding Approval Of The Northern Gateway Pipeline Proposal

May 20th, 2014
Job Advertisement
Port Alaberni Port Authority
Career opportunity in the position of Harbour Master/Manager Marina Services

March 5th, 2014
RFP for Government Advisory Services

February 13th, 2014
Canada'S Port Authorities welcome the New Building Canada Plan

13 Février, 2014
Les Administrations Portuaires Canadiennes saluent le Nouveau Plan Chantiers Canada

February 3rd, 2014
Terms renewal for the Chairman and Vice-Chairman of TRPA Board

3 Février, 2014
Poursuite des mandats du président et de la vice-présidente du conseil d’administration de l’APTR

January 29th, 2014
Ontario’s Marine Highway Connecting Canada’s Central Heartland to the World - Budget Brief to the Ontario Minister of Finance, The Honourable Charles Sousa

2013 Archive

December 23rd, 2013
Statement by The Association Of Canadian Port Authorities, Regarding the NEB's Report on the Northern Gateway Pipeline Proposal

23 Decembre, 2013
Déclaration de L'Association des Administrations Portuaires Canadiennes Concernant le Rapport De L'ONÉ sur le Projet d'Oléoduc Northern Gateway

November 28th, 2013
Hamilton Port Authority PR: McKeil Marine Awarded for Environmental Leadership.

November 26th, 2013
First Chinamax Vessel To Be Loaded At The Port of Sept-Îles!

26 Novembre, 2013
Premier Chinamax à être chargé au Port de Sept-Îles!

October 30th, 2013
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) welcomes the Canada-European Union (EU) Trade Agreement and looks forward to new jobs and activity resulting from increase cargo flows

30 octobre 2013
L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes (AACP) se réjouit de l'accord commercial Canada-Union Européenne (UE) et attend avec impatience les nouveaux emplois et l'activité qui découleront des flux de marchandise accrus

October 30th, 2013
Minister Raitt discusses safe and efficient marine transportation at the 2013 World Maritime Day Observance Conference in New York

30 octobre 2013
La ministre Raitt parle de sécurité et d'efficacité des transports maritimes au Congrès sur la Journée maritime mondiale de 2013 à New York

September 26th, 2013
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) Welcomes New Board and Incoming Chair, Sylvie Vachon, CEO of the Port of Montreal

26 septembre 2013
L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes (AACP) souhaite la bienvenue aux nouveaux administrateurs et à la nouvelle présidente du conseil, Sylvie Vachon, PDG du port de Montréal

September 4th, 2013
Harper government and Port Metro Vancouver announce funding for new marine container examination facilities

Le 4 september, 2013
Le gouvernement Harper et Port Metro Vancouver annoncent le financement de
nouvelles installations d'examen des conteneurs maritimes


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