MIS: THE LASTEST NEWSLETTER IS NOW ON LINE!

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The latest MIS newsletter is now on line. This 8th Maritime Information System (MIS) newsletter features a summary of the tonnages handled in Québec CPAs in 2017 and an analysis of the loading rates for certain foreign ships that operated on the St. Lawrence and Saguenay over the past three years.

2018 SODES RENDEZ-VOUS – ENERGY TRANSITION AND SHIPPING: MORE GREEN THAN BLUE

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) is pleased to announce that, in 2018, the 5th edition of its event SODES Rendez-vous will be held under the banner Energy Transition and Shipping: More Green than Blue.

LOGISTEC introduces its New Colours!

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No one could have predicted that what started as a Paquin-family owned and operated business in Québec City, QC in 1952, focusing on stevedoring and cargo handling along the shores of the St. Lawrence River, would one day become one of Canada’s most successful business stories.

LOGISTEC dévoile sa nouvelle image de marque

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Personne n’aurait pu prédire que l’entreprise fondée par la famille Paquin à Québec (Québec) en 1952, laquelle se consacrait à l’arrimage et à la manutention de cargaison sur les rives du fleuve Saint-Laurent, deviendrait l’une des sociétés les plus prospères du Canada.

SODES PRESENTS MIS TO NAVIGATION COORDINATION COMMITTEE

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Composed of representatives of the marine industry, environmental stakeholders, governments and the general public, the Navigation Coordination Committee was set up in 1998 after studies conducted by various St. Lawrence Plan stakeholders showed that commercial navigation and recreational boating had environmental impacts.

The 2018 federal budget – Highlights

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The 2018 budget announced yesterday by the Federal Government is based on equality and aim at giving a place to some disadvantaged groups. For science, Government injects an important sum via funds. With this approach, the 2018-2019 budget plans to invest almost $4 billion in the country scientific research system.

Sodes joins Québec-Océan advisory Committee

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Québec-Océan is a group of scientists and their partners involved in oceanographic research. More than 200 members from six Québec universities, various government departments and NGOs collaborate to develop oceanography, train students and transfer knowledge.

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