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October 5, 2015
Statement by Wendy Zatylny, President of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities, on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

October 2nd, 2015
Canada’s Ports Positioned to Capitalize on New Opportunities. Innovative approach is taking our ports to another level.

2 Octobre, 2015
Les ports canadiens bien positionnés pour saisir les nouvelles occasions. Une approche novatrice permet à nos ports de franchir une nouvelle étape.

September 30, 2015
Canada’s Ports Honour National Railways. CP and CN awarded prestigious ACPA Medal of Merit award.

30 Septembre, 2015
Les ports canadiens rendent hommage aux chemins de fer nationaux. CP et CN reçoivent le prestigieux prix de la Médaille du mérite de l'AAPC.

September 29, 2015
Association of Canadian Port Authorities Welcomes New Chair. Mario Girard, CEO of the Port of Quebec, will lead ACPA Board of Directors for 2015/16.

29 Septembre, 2015
L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes accueille son nouveau président du Conseil. Mario Girard, PDG du Port de Québec, dirigera le Conseil d’administration de l’AAPC en 2015-2016

September 29, 2015
Celebrating 40 Year Partnership at Port of Oshawa, Port of Oshawa (Oshawa, Ontario). This year the International Longshoremen’s Association, Local 1997 celebrates its 40th year at the Port of Oshawa: They’re the crews who work in the heat of cargo holds and under cranes hoisting tonnes of steel. They load, unload, sort, and store cargo through extreme weather conditions, winter and summer. Donna Taylor, President and CEO of the Oshawa Port Authority, is quoted.

September 29, 2015
MEDIA ADVISORY DAY 2 - Pushing the Limits of Canada’s Ports. The Association of Canadian Port Authorities examines challenges and opportunities at its annual conference.

29 Septembre, 2015
AVIS AUX MÉDIAS JOUR 2 - Repousser les frontières des ports du Canada. L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes se penche sur les défis et les possibilités à sa conférence annuelle.

September 28, 2015
MEDIA ADVISORY - The Association of Canadian Port Authorities and the Port of Montreal Welcome the Marine Shipping and Transportation Community to Montreal from September 29 to October 1, 2015

28 Septembre, 2015
AVIS AUX MÉDIAS - L’Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes et le Port de Montréal accueillent la communauté de la navigation et du transport maritimes à Montréal, du 29 septembre au 1er octobre 2015

September 25, 2015
Canada’s Ports are Pushing the Limits. Moving cargo in the 21st century is the expression of innovation, economic growth and strong communities.

25 Septembre, 2015
Les ports canadiens repoussent les frontières. Le transport des marchandises au 21e siècle est l’expression de l’innovation, de la croissance économique et de communautés fortes.

September 8, 2015
Port of Halifax welcomes another large cargo vessel. The expanded G6 Alliance service through the Port of Halifax continues to bring additional large cargo vessels through the port. Today, the port community will welcome the OOCL Southampton, an 8063 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) 323 metre vessel to the Fairview Cove Container Terminal, operated by Ceres-Halifax.

September 8, 2015
The St. Lawrence Seaway. This article discusses the Great Lakes-Seaway waterway and its relationship with Ontario grain farmers. Captain Scott Bravener, President and CEO of Lower Lakes Towing Ltd. and Stephen Brooks, President of the Chamber of Marine Commerce, are quoted.

September 2, 2015
Thunder Bay Grain Shipments Moderate; Remain Well Above Average. Year-to-date grain shipments remain 23% above the five-year average. Grain volumes are at their second highest level at this point in the season since 2014 during that period.

August 28, 2015
Canada's East Coast ports target increased maritime trade. American Amidst an uncertain global environment, Canadian ports on the East Coast are pursuing a capacity expansion strategy to increase business and to potentially offer alternatives, in some cases, to lingering congestion issues at US ports on the eastern seaboard as well as on the West Coast.

August 26, 2015
Port of Oshawa Stands Out Through Economic Ups and Downs. While half of Canada's 18 Port Authorities, saw their annual tonnage drop last year over 2013, tonnage was up by 22.5 percent in the Port of Oshawa. With a revenue growth rate of 15.9 per cent, Oshawa underwent the most robust growth of any Canadian federal port which is well above the national average of 6.8 per cent.

August 19, 2015
North Shore's port terminals busy as trade numbers grow. Trade through Port Metro Vancouver and its North Shore terminals continues to roar: the port released its mid-year report Tuesday, showing 1.5 per cent growth in cargo over the same period last year. Grain exports, which go through Richardson International and Cargill Canada's Low Level Road terminals were up 8.9 per cent overall with Richardson's new grain elevators expected to be online in 2016.

August 19, 2015
Cargo tonnage down, but salt shipments on rise on Seaway. According to the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, salt shipments through the St. Lawrence Seaway from April 2 to July 31 are up 3 per cent to 1.4 million metric tons, and those figures are in comparison to a particularly strong year in 2014.

August 18, 2015
Demand continues to drive growth at Port Metro Vancouver. Mid-year cargo statistics show 1.5 per cent growth over similar period last year Port Metro Vancouver today released its 2015 mid-year statistics, showing continued growth in trade through the Pacific Gateway.

August 14, 2015
Hermel Exhibition Site Opens in the Port of Sept-Iles. The Port of Sept-Îles, in partnership with Destination Sept-Îles Nakauinanu, officially opened the Hermel exhibition site today in the Port of Sept-Îles Marina building.

August 6, 2015
Montreal expands to handle container growth. (Newark, New Jersey), August 6, 2015. The Port of Montréal is on a roll: not only is it enjoying strong increases in cargo volumes last year and in the first half of this year, but it is also getting a big investment by the Québec government to build the infrastructure it needs to handle future growth. As well, the port authority is in the midst of expanding its annual container capacity to 2.1 million 20-foot-equivalent units from the present 1.5 million TEUs.

August 5, 2015
Thunder Bay Port Experiencing Another Formidable Season. into the 2015 shipping season, the Port of Thunder Bay continues to experience very strong cargo volumes. As of July 31, grain shipments through the port's elevators are 26% higher than the 5-year average, and on-par with 2014, which is the strongest season for the port since 1997.

August 03, 2015
Port Saint John to invest $68m in container terminal upgrade

Green Marine annual conference on green technologies and innovation for marine transportation
Green Marine organizing their eighth annual conference on green technologies and innovation for marine transportation, to be held in Seattle, WA, May 27-29, 2015. Call for papers are being welcomed.
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WENDY ZATYLNY's contribution to The Globe and Mail
Canada’s ports must prepare for 21st-century trade deals



Wendy Zatylny

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