THE MARITIME INFORMATION BUREAU ADDS INFORMATION ON OIL SHIPPING

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The texts added address tanker safety and requirements governing oil shipping, the applicable regulations, stakeholders’ roles and responsibilities in case of a spill and the compensation regime.

ICE JAM IN LAKE SAINT-PIERRE: THE SHORTAGE OF ICEBREAKERS THREATENS THE ECONOMY AND PUBLIC SAFETY

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In order to sustain our economy, it is both crucial and critical to provide the Coast Guard with new and powerful state-of-the-art icebreakers necessary to deliver the level of service it has committed to by agreement with the industry.

GRANT FROM MINISTÈRE DES TRANSPORTS DU QUÉBEC TO BARRETTE-CHAPAIS LTÉE

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DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE OF STORAGE OF WOOD PELLETS IN THE PORT OF SAGUENAY
It is a structuring project that the SPS is very proud to welcome on its industrial-port area and which emphasizes more than ever that the Port of Saguenay is the port of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and Center North of Quebec.

NATIONAL TRADE CORRIDORS FUND CALL FOR PROPOSALS

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The Government of Canada will invest $2 billion over 11 years, under the Trade and Transportation Corridors Initiative (TTCI), in the National Trade Corridors Fund, a merit-based program designed to make Canada’s trade corridors more efficient and more reliable.

OCEAN GROUP INVESTS IN QUÉBEC EXPERTISE BY ACQUIRING TECHSOL MARINE

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Specialist in marine electrotechnology and leader in its field, Techsol Marine installs and ensures the commissioning of various automated systems used to control and monitor the machinery used on ships.

THE PORT OF MONTREAL WELCOMES THE FIRST OCEAN-GOING VESSEL OF 2019

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The Virginiaborg became the first ocean-going vessel to reach the Port of Montreal without a stopover in 2019, by crossing the downstream limits of the Port at Sorel on January 2, at 3:50 a.m.

Innovative Cooperation Agreement between the Montreal and Trois-Rivières port authorities

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Focused on sharing information and intelligence and exchanging best practices, the agreement signed between the two ports will ultimately make it possible to increase the productivity, competitiveness, efficiency and safety of port services and procedures.

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