Great Lakes-St. Lawrence shipping adds 180,000 jobs, $26 billion to Canadian economy: New Study

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Cargo shipments to ports on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River waterway generate CDN$60 billion worth of economic activity and 328,500 jobs in Canada and the U.S. That breaks down to 181,000 jobs and CDN$26 billion in economic activity in Ontario and Quebec.

THE PORT OF MONTREAL AND THE FONDS DE SOLIDARITÉ FTQ TEAM UP TO ATTRACT BUSINESSES TO THE PORT’S LOGISTICS CHAIN 

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The Montreal Port Authority (the MPA) and the  Fonds de solidarité FTQ (the Fonds) announced today that they have signed an agreement to create the Partenariat de financement logistique Fonds de solidarité FTQ – Port de Montréal, making $100 million available to companies with a development project in Greater Montreal connected with the Port’s logistics chain.

Shipping container-turned-art gallery: Travelling marine industry art exhibition showcased at AIVP conference

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) is proud to present its travelling marine industry art exhibition on June 13 at the Baie de Beauport alongside the 16th international conference of the Worldwide Network of Port Cities (AIVP) to run at the Port of Québec June 11-14.

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 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.

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