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The Chamber of Marine Commerce provides a unified voice for sustainable growth of marine commerce in the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence River, Arctic and East coasts. Join our efforts.

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Proposed Ballast Water regs will cost $560 million for just $31 million in benefits

The Chamber’s latest policy statement on ballast water regulation, including new analysis on Canada’s flawed cost-benefit analysis of proposed rules.  More

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Read the latest stories from Marine Delivers Magazine… 

The latest news and views from the marine shipping industry. More

New Video Series: Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Stories

Watch our video stories to see how marine shipping puts communities on the map. More

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The Marine Advantage — Canadian Ship Operators Reduce Carbon Emissions

CMC ship operators’ progress on carbon emissions reductions and their latest initiatives.  More

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COVID-19 and Marine Freight Transportation

The Chamber’s statement and resource centre for COVID-19. More

New Initiative to Protect Marine Workers during COVID-19

Marine shipping collaborates to create a mutually agreed standard of protocols to protect marine workers. More

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Marine Shipping: Setting a Course for Economic Recovery

The Chamber’s post-COVID recovery proposal for Canada and the United States. More

How high water levels impact St. Lawrence Seaway shipping

Shipping’s recommendations for high water solutions on the Great Lakes-Seaway. More

Champion of Great Lakes Marine Commerce award

The Champion of Great Lakes Marine Commerce Awards

The Chamber of Marine Commerce honoured Members of Congress for their support of sustainable, maritime commerce. More

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