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New and Noteworthy
En route to net zero
Our proposal to work with government to establish a Green Transportation Corridor in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence. More.
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Stories
Watch our video stories to see how marine shipping puts communities on the map. More.
How high water levels impact St. Lawrence Seaway shipping
Shipping’s recommendations for high water solutions on the Great Lakes-Seaway. More
Marine Shipping: Setting a Course for Economic Recovery
The Chamber’s post-COVID recovery proposal for Canada and the United States. More
2022 Champion of Great Lakes Marine Commerce Awards
The CMC honoured Members of Congress for their support to increase ice-breaking resources on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway. More
Marine Delivers Magazine
Statistics and Reports
National Youth Survey
First-of-its-kind report on youth perceptions about marine sector careers.
2021 Great Lakes-Seaway System Tonnage Activity
New report on the bi-national marine shipping cargo sectors in 2021. More
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Dependability and Infrastructure Investment Define Start of Canadian Great Lakes Shipping for 2023
The first tonnage statistics for the 65th navigation season on the St. Lawrence Seaway, indicate an overall start that is in line to prior year’s
Consistency Combines with New Services to Define Start of US Great Lakes Shipping for 2023
The first tonnage statistics for the 65th navigation season on the St. Lawrence Seaway indicate an overall start that is in line to prior year’s
Federal Budget Focus on Green Shipping Corridor and Supply Chain Office Set the Stage for a Stronger More Sustainable Economy
The Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) is pleased to see a wide range of new investments by the Government of Canada through Budget 2023 that
65th Navigation Season Opens on the St. Lawrence Seaway, a key corridor in the North American Supply Chain
Today, Terence Bowles, President and CEO of the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC), and Adam Tindall-Schlicht, Administrator of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway