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Looking back on the Assises du transport maritime

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On September 29, the St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) and the Secrétariat aux Affaires maritimes held the Assises du transport maritime, a day-long maritime transport congress for reflecting on the Maritime Strategy’s three main thrusts—its economic, environmental and social dimensions.

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Shipping container-turned-art gallery now in Rimouski

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council announces the arrival of its travelling exhibition of artistic marine-sector photos at the Hotel Rimouski. This very unique exhibition, developed by SODES and designed by EXMURO arts publics, features photos of marine infrastructures displayed in an art gallery set up inside a shipping container.

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Report on Phase 1 of the Brought to you by ship campaign

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SODES invites you to consult its report on Phase 1 of the marine industry promotional campaign for information on the projects carried out from October 1, 2014 to June 30, 2017.

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A tribute to the Duhamel couple for having saluted 70,012 ships over 51 years

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This Sunday, the Musée maritime du Québec (MMQ) paid tribute to Monique and Delphis Duhamel of Cap-Charles, Deschaillons sur Saint-Laurent, for having greeted more than 70,000 ships from around the world – an exceptional, 51 years contribution to maritime life in Quebec and on the river.

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NEW NEAS VESSEL DELIVERS FOR ARCTIC COMMUNITIES

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The Board of Directors of NEAS is pleased to announce the arrival of the MV Nunalik. the newest vessel in the NEAS fleet of Canadian flag vessels. The vessel arrived safely in Canada on July 30th at the Port of Sorel in Quebec. This vessel will significantly increase NEAS’ lifting capacity with 2 by 180 tonnes cranes.

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CRUISE SHIPS CAN NOW BE POWERED BY ELECTRICITY AT THE PORT OF MONTREAL

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The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) is pleased to announce that its shore power project has been completed and that vessels docking at the Port of Montreal’s new cruise terminal can now be powered by electricity. This two-pronged project is expected to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2,800 tonnes per year.

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History of ships exhibition at the Port of Montreal

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The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) invites you to its History of Ships exhibition, which welcomes the public since July 19, 2017. The exhibition is being held at the Port Centre on the second floor of the new Cruise Terminal on Alexandra Pier, at 200 De la Commune Street, Montreal

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Shipping container-turned-art gallery at the Port of Trois-Rivières

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) invites the people of Québec City and environs to visit its travelling exhibition of artistic marine-sector photos at the Hector-Louis Langevin park from July 25 to August 14.

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