Arctic focus from Canadian Sailings

This week’s issue of Canadian Sailings / Transportation & Trade Logistics has articles on the seasonal re-opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway and shipping in Canada’s arctic, including:

  • Trudeau’s Arctic: Warming up to the region
  • Trump’s Arctic: Making America Great in the region
  • Old issues plague Seaway when future focus is needed
  • The case of Clipper Adventurer: Between a rock and a hard place (A Federal Court decision examined government liability in the case of the adventure cruise vessel M/V Clipper Adventurer which ran aground in Coronation Gulf in the Canadian Arctic in 2010, necessitating an expensive rescue and salvage operation.)
  • A mandatory Polar Code – How does it affect shipping? (The IMO’s mandatory International Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters)
  • NEAS to benefit from infrastructure spending and northern mining activities
  • Desgagnés’ Arctic business is thriving
  • Quebec Port Terminals anticipates major growth in its Arctic operations

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