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The Government of Canada will make an announcement with the Quebec Government concerning an investment for the city of Gatineau road network

| Transport Canada | media advisories

The Federal Minister of Transport and Quebec Lieutenant, Pablo Rodriguez, the Deputy Premier of Quebec and Provincial Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, Geneviève Guilbault, and the Provincial Minister of Culture and Communications, Minister responsible for Youth and Minister responsible for the Outaouais region, Mathieu Lacombe, will make an announcement concerning an investment in Gatineau's road network.

The Haida Nation and Government of Canada celebrate three years of increased marine protection measures off the west coast of Haida Gwaii

| Transport Canada | news releases

The Minister of Transport, Pablo Rodriguez, and the President of the Council of the Haida Nation, Gaagwiis Jason Alsop, recognized the third anniversary of the launch of the Voluntary Protection Zone (VPZ) for shipping on the west coast of Haida Gwaii through Canada’s Oceans Protections Plan, noting a 94% compliance rate. The VPZ plays a significant role in mitigating current and future shipping impacts by reducing the number of vessels transiting through this sensitive ecological area.

Canada re-elected to the International Maritime Organization Council for two-year term

| Transport Canada | news releases

Today, Canada was re-elected to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council in Category B—states with the largest interest in international seaborne trade— for the 2024-25 term. The results of this election recognize Canada’s important contribution and leadership on issues that matter to Canadians, to seafarers, and to the international maritime community.

Minister of Transport announces the Green Shipping Corridor Program to help cut pollution in marine shipping

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Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honorable Pablo Rodriguez, announced the creation of the Green Shipping Corridor Program, an investment of $165.4 million, and launched a call for proposals under this program. The program will establish green shipping corridors and help decarbonize the marine sector in major shipping areas along the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence Seaway, and Canada’s east and west coasts.

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