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  • Association of Canadian Port Authorities
    The Association of Canadian Port Authorities was founded in 1958 and groups together ports and harbours and related marine interests into one national association. Canada Port Authorities handle more than $162 billion worth of cargo annually. The ACPA is the pre-eminent Association for the advocacy and advancement of the Canadian Port Industry. ACPA members contribute greatly to the local, regional and national economy of Canada.
    http://www.acpa-ports.net/
    (Added: Tue Dec 17 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Canada Steamship Lines
    The CSL Group Inc. ("CSL") of Montreal, Canada is a world-leading provider of marine dry bulk cargo handling and delivery services. Through its major operating divisions, Canada Steamship Lines, CSL International, CSL Australia, CSL Asia and CSL Europe, CSL owns and operates a highly diversified fleet of specialized self-unloading vessels, off-shore transhippers and Handysize bulk carriers, and delivers more than 70 million tonnes of cargo to industrial customers annually. CSL's history can be traced back to 1845.
    http://www.csl.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Canadian Shipowners Association
    Represents the Canadian-flag ship companies which ply the waters of the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Arctic, the Maritimes, and the Eastern American Seaboard.
    http://www.shipowners.ca/
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  • Great Lakes and St Lawrence Seaway Shipping and Transportation
    Serving one of the largest and most dynamic economic regions in the world, the Great Lakes-Seaway marine industry provides efficient, sustainable and safe waterborne transportation that is vital to the success of North America's agricultural and industrial heartland. The Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) represents the bi-national Great Lakes-St. Lawrence commercial marine industry. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.marinedelivers.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hamilton Port Authority
    Hamilton Port Authority is a commercial enterprise supporting the transportation business with a marine shipping focus. It develops opportunities including industrial parks, recreational facilities, and commercial development on the harbour. Hamilton Port Authority plays an important role in promoting a strong local economy and a healthy local environment. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.marina.harbourwest.com/
    (Added: Sat Feb 12 2005) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nanaimo Port Authority
    Vancouver Island's Cargo and Marine Transportation Centre. The Nanaimo Port Authority administers, controls, and manages the harbour, waters and foreshore adjacent to Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. Nanaimo is an oasis for pleasure boating, with its safe, comfortable marina. Downtown amenities adjacent to the marina, easy access to the beautiful mid-island region and engaging Port staff ensure that boaters' experience exceeds expectations. Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
    http://npa.ca/en/
    (Added: Tue Feb 23 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port de Québec
    True continental gateway, the Port of Québec maintains business relations with over 60 countries. Its strategic location is its best calling card, as it provides the shortest route by sea between Europe and the Great Lakes. The advantage of being the last deep-water port with 15 meters at low tide before the Great Lakes is that it allows the port to effectively connect with the industrial and agricultural heart of North America. Québec (Québec) Canada
    http://www.portquebec.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Hamilton
    The Port of Hamilton is the largest Canadian port on the Great Lakes and handles more than 10 million tonnes of highly diversified cargo annually. The port was built on a long tradition of moving bulk and breakbulk cargo. From its earliest days, after the first canal was built in 1832 to connect Hamilton Harbour to Lake Ontario, bulk and breakbulk commodities have been imported and exported through Hamilton. With its deep water access, growing industrial base, the advent of the steam-powered engine in the mid-1800s and the introduction of the railway, Hamilton established itself as a marine transportation hub. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.hamiltonport.ca/
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  • Port of Montreal
    The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) is an autonomous federal agency created under the terms of the Canada Marine Act. It does everything in its power to make the Port of Montreal as competitive as possible, and from this perspective provides first-rate facilities to sea and land carriers, to terminal operators and to shippers. The Port Authority builds and maintains infrastructures that it leases to private stevedoring companies. These companies, as well as shipping lines, are represented by the Maritime Employers Association, which employs the longshoremen at the port. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    http://www.port-montreal.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Oshawa
    The Port of Oshawa is Durham Region's gateway to world markets through the St. Lawrence Seaway. Our national deep-sea port has handled over 500 vessels and shipped more than 3 million tonnes of cargo over the past decade. On average, the port handles $23 million worth of cargo annually, from salt and steel products to asphalt and grain. Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.portofoshawa.ca/
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  • Port of Thunder Bay
    The Port of Thunder Bay is located at the head of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System, a dynamic navigable waterway that stretches 3700 kilometres into the heart of the North American continent. A one-way voyage through the Seaway to Thunder Bay takes about five days with ships 228.6 metres in length, 23.8 metres in width with a draft of 8.2 metres being elevated some 180 metres through 16 of the most efficient locks in the world. Thunder Bay has port facilities for handling all types of cargoes and is served by both Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways, as well as major Canadian trucking companies. Numerous berths mean quick and efficient turn-around time to the 400 ships that visit the port each year. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.portofthunderbay.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Valleyfield
    The Port of Valleyfield's mission is to contribute to regional economic development through effective port services that are well integrated with the ground transportation systems while satisfying the principles of sustainable development. Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada
    http://www.portvalleyfield.com/
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  • Port of Yarmouth
    The Port of Yarmouth is located on the south western tip of Nova Scotia, Canada. It is the first secure port of destination from the US Eastern Seaboard and one of the four ports of entry to Nova Scotia for international vessels. The Port of Yarmouth is a major hub of the fishing industry in south west Nova Scotia, which has Canada’s most productive fishing grounds; in fact, it has the largest lobster fishing grounds in the world. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
    http://www.portofyarmouth.com/
    (Added: Fri Dec 27 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port Windsor
    Port Windsor is located on the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System, one of the world's most efficient deep draft waterways, and is on the Detroit River opposite Detroit, Michigan. The Port is 617 miles (993 kms) from Montreal and includes over 13 miles (21.2 kms) of shoreline encompassing marine terminals, parkland, and beautiful residential neighbourhoods. The industrial/marine facilities are concentrated in the western portion of the Port. Port Windsor is the third largest Canadian Great Lakes port in terms of shipments. Cargos include a wide range of products such as aggregates, salt, grain, fluorspar, lumber, steel, petroleum, vehicles and heavy lift equipment. Windsor, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.portwindsor.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • PortsToronto
    PortsToronto is a government business enterprise that owns and operates the Billy Bishop Airport, the Port of Toronto (Terminals 51 and 52), and the Outer Harbour Marina. Mission: To effectively manage the Billy Bishop Airport, the Port of Toronto, and the Outer Harbour Marina on a self-sustaining basis, allowing us to reinvest funds into transportation infrastructure, marine safety, environmental protection and community programming. Through the successful pursuit of this mission, we play an important city-building role in the economic growth and sustainable future of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.portstoronto.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2016) - Report this link as bad!
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