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.
The Port of Québec reiterates its commitment to developing the port while protecting the environment, in service of the community and the Québec and Canadian economies Québec City, [...]
Québec City, June 18, 2021 - The Québec Port Authority and all its users are delighted with the joint announcement by the Minister for Transport, Chantal Rouleau, and the Minister of Labour, [...]
Québec City, June 14, 2021 — After 6 years of effort and studies, the Laurentia project has reached a new milestone with the publication of the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC)’s [...]