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Review of the St. Lawrence Seaway

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seawayThe Seaway is a strategic bi-national inland waterway of major economic importance to both Canada and the United States and is a vital part of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway system. This important trade corridor makes a significant contribution to the regional economy of the Great Lakes and, through it, to the economy of North America as a whole. The Seaway connects some of North America’s largest inland markets and consumers to the world.

To ensure the Seaway continues to be positioned as a critical transportation corridor for North America, Transport Canada will conduct a review to examine further opportunities for increased economic and commercial development, the waterway’s competitiveness and sustainability, and the Seaway’s governance structure.

We would like to hear your thoughts on the review’s main themes, which are outlined in the discussion paper.

Our discussion forum has now closed: questions and written submissions can be submitted directly to Transport Canada by sending an email to: TC.seawayreview-examendelavoiemaritime.TC@tc.gc.ca.

seawayThe Seaway is a strategic bi-national inland waterway of major economic importance to both Canada and the United States and is a vital part of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway system. This important trade corridor makes a significant contribution to the regional economy of the Great Lakes and, through it, to the economy of North America as a whole. The Seaway connects some of North America’s largest inland markets and consumers to the world.

To ensure the Seaway continues to be positioned as a critical transportation corridor for North America, Transport Canada will conduct a review to examine further opportunities for increased economic and commercial development, the waterway’s competitiveness and sustainability, and the Seaway’s governance structure.

We would like to hear your thoughts on the review’s main themes, which are outlined in the discussion paper.

Our discussion forum has now closed: questions and written submissions can be submitted directly to Transport Canada by sending an email to: TC.seawayreview-examendelavoiemaritime.TC@tc.gc.ca.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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