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CSL among Canada’s top employers for young people in 2023

  For the second consecutive year, CSL has been named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People. The award recognizes CSL’s progressive workplace programs that promote the professional development and growth of young people who are just getting started in their careers. “Taking chances on young people is part of the culture at CSL,” says Stéphanie

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France’s HAROPA port complex reports increased traffic

  In an international geo-political environment marked by numerous crises, HAROPA PORT cargo has been progressing despite a market downturn – thus demonstrating notable resilience and gaining additional market share in Europe’s Northern Range and improving its modal shares on the Seine Axis, stated a port press release. The port complex, which began its transformation

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Stolt Tankers modifying routes to protect whales

  Stolt Tankers has announced  that it has taken a major step to help protect whales and other cetaceans. Its ships regularly navigate through several locations around the globe where large marine animals live and feed. These include south of Sri Lanka, the north-west of the Mediterranean Sea, the waters around Vancouver Island and the

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Seaway delivers stability amid global supply chain disruptions

  The critical role of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system in the global supply chain has been brought into sharp focus over the last few years. Today, the Canadian St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) and U.S. Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (GLS) jointly announced that more than 36 million tonnes of

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Limited fuel spill from containership in Vancouver harbour

  The Canadian Coast Guard was busy over the weekend dealing with a fuel spill from the 8,500 TEU containership, the MV Europe, in Vancouver’s English Bay.  After being informed of the incident on Saturday morning, the Canadian Coast Guard rapidly deployed a boom which limited the spread of a spill estimated at between 60

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Port of Prince Rupert posts small cargo decline in 2022

  The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced that 24.6 million tonnes of cargo moved through the Port of Prince Rupert in 2022, two percent behind 2021 volumes. The slight year-over-year decrease reflects the mounting challenges brought on by supply chain disruptions affecting imports and exports, rapidly changing energy demands, and geopolitical tensions over the past

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On our Forum: Respecting the natural resources in ocean waters…

By Michael Grey It’s a new year and the world’s wildlife is clearly striking back, from the mayhem being caused by the excursions of a walrus (allegedly named Thor, but it could equally have answered to the name of Jim) on the UK coast, to the depredations of wolves in Germany. And across in Chesapeake

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