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November 23, 2015
Over 222-thousand passengers visited the Port of Halifax during the cruise season. This year, the Port of Halifax welcomed 141 vessel calls with 222,309 passengers onboard from April 27 to November 2, 2015. The biggest passenger day was October 16, 2015 with approximately 10-thousand passengers.

November 19, 2015
CMA CGM gains slots to Prince Rupert, capping busy year for port. The announcement this week by CMA CGM that it will share slots on China Ocean Shipping Company's trans-Pacific service from Asia to Prince Rupert, Canada, caps off one of the more eventful years in the short history of the port's container operations: in that span, the port launched an expansion project, gained a major service and made steps to prepare for another expansion. Attracting more U.S.-bound cargo has driven cargo up 31 percent year-over-year in the first 10 months of 2015.

November 4, 2015
Port of Thunder Bay Sees Strong Results in Grain & General Cargo. Thunder Bay Port Authority (Thunder Bay, Ontario), November 4, 2015. The Port of Thunder Bay experienced an above-average October. There was both import and export activity in general cargo in October, with shipments of inbound mining equipment and outbound scrap.

November 2, 2015
More than 92000 passengers and crew members visited Montreal in 2015. According to preliminary numbers, more than 92,000 passengers and crew members transited through the cruise terminal this season, representing a nearly 30% increase over the 2014 season and a 94% hike since the Montreal Cruise Committee was created in 2011.

October 13, 2015
G3 Enhances Eastern Canadian Origination Footprint with Construction of a new lake terminal at the Port of Hamilton. G3 Canada Limited (G3), a newly formed Canadian agribusiness, announced today that it will construct a new lake terminal at the Port of Hamilton to originate grains and oilseeds out of Southern Ontario for export to global markets.

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

5 Octobre, 2015
Déclaration de Wendy Zatylny, présidente de l'Association des administrations portuaires canadiennes, sur le Partenariat transpacifique

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

WENDY ZATYLNY's contribution to The Globe and Mail
Canada’s ports must prepare for 21st-century trade deals



Wendy Zatylny

Phone: (613) 232-2036 ext. 201

Francine Paulin

Phone: (613) 232-2036 ext. 200

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