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Minister Rodriguez to attend G7 meetings in Italy

| Transport Canada | media advisories

The Minister of Transport, Pablo Rodriguez, will travel to Milan, Italy, to join his G7 counterparts for the Ministerial Meeting on Transportation. 

Modernized Agreement with the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation

| Transport Canada | backgrounders

The Great Lakes – St. Lawrence Seaway transportation system extends 3,700 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean into the Great Lakes. This binational transportation corridor serves two Canadian provinces, eight U.S. states, and over 100 ports and commercial docks that connect to over 40 provincial and interstate highways, and 30 railway lines. In 2022, 36.3 million tonnes of cargo valued at $16.7 billion transited the Seaway on their way to and from key Canadian and American ports. Cargo traffic reached 37.6 million tonnes in 2023.

Transport Canada announces a modernized agreement with the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation

| Transport Canada | news releases

The St. Lawrence Seaway is a critically important trade corridor for key bulk commodities used across Canada and the United States. Nearly 38 million tonnes of cargo moved through the Seaway in 2023. The Government of Canada is committed to supporting this binational waterway’s long-term economic growth and sustainability and reinforcing Canada’s reputation as a reliable and strong trading partner.

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