tons transshipped over the course of the year ranking the Port as one of Canada's Top 5 Ports.
in economic spin-offs in Canada and more than 13,000 jobs generated by Québec’s maritime hub.
ships per year allocated among the 14 port terminals.
visitors generated by international cruises in 2019 with $ 221 million in economic benefits for Québec.
of the territory dedicated solely to recreational tourism activities.
of investments in port infrastructure over the next 5 years.
innovative actions of the Action plan for sustainable development.
water depth at low tide allowing access to Capesize vessels.
Last deepwater port in the St. Lawrence/Great Lakes corridor giving access to a market of 103 million consumers.
Québec City, April 26, 2022 – The Port of Québec launched the 2022 international cruise season with the arrival of the Viking Octantis operated by Viking Cruises at the Ross Gaudreault [...]
Québec City, April 5, 2022 – After a two-year hiatus due to the global pandemic, the international cruise season will officially get underway at the Port of Québec on April 26 with the [...]
Québec City, January 12, 2022 – At a meeting held virtually due to COVID-19, the Québec Port Authority (QPA) unveiled today the results of the Port’s operations over the past year. [...]