This port is the largest in the country, ranked as 4th-largest by tonnes of cargo in North America. The Port of Vancouver facilitates trade connecting Canada to 170+ world economies.
- Occupies more than 16 thousand hectares of water and over 1,500 hectares of land
- Port of Vancouver home 29 major terminals
- Handle a diversified range of cargo, including breakbulk, bulk, containers, cruise, and more
As a cruise and transshipment point, The Port of Montreal provides a range of services to Central Canada and the U. S.
- Operating as an international container port
- Handling around 40 million metric tonnes of most types of cargo (2019)
- Principal loads: consumer goods, cereal, machinery, petroleum products, etc
Under the management of the Prince Rupert Port Authority, the port covers around 1.65 million acres of land and water. The Port of Prince Rupert is equipped with nine terminals.
- 3rd-busiest seaport in terms of container volume and cargo tonnage in Canada
- Services include cruise, bulk, and intermodal
- Handling export-bound barley, canola, wheat, etc
The Port of Halifax occupies around 10 km2 of land and 150 km2 of water. They are compromising various port facilities.
- Over $3.6 billion total impacts in economic output (2020)
- The port connects to over 150 countries around the world
- Handling over 1,500 vessels per year
The Port of Saint John operates as a port complex providing the most flexible offshore energy supplies and services. This is one of the largest ports in terms of volume and diverse cargo base.
- Equipped with a diverse range of facilities
- Handling around 28 million metric tonnes of cargo annually
- Main cargoes are liquid bulks, dry bulks, breakbulk, and containers
The Port of Toronto is a leading inland port in Canada. It is positioned on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. They are serving marine ports across the globe.
- Composed of 4.8 km of deepwater wharfage
- Primary serves bulk cargo, cruise ships, and passengers
- Handling 1.7 million tonnes of cargo (2015)
As an inland port, The Port of Quebec plays a significant role in the development of Quebec City and Canada.
- Ships more than 1,600 cargoes (1863)
- Transport over 25,000 sailors in the same year
- Compromises five sectors, including North Shore and South Shore
- Capability to handling and store general cargo
The Nanaimo Port Authority manages the Port of Nanaimo. It is equipped with two deep-sea terminal facilities: (1) Nanaimo Assembly Wharf (NAW) (2) Duke Point Terminal.
- The commercial port facilities include Pure Car Transport Carrier, Helijet Passenger Terminal.
- Transport cargoes from and to the port
- Plays a significant role in the growth and economy in the community
This port comprises five main parts: Sydney Cove and Darling Harbour, White Bay, Glebe Bay, and Gore Cove. It also has a series of berths and pontoons.
- Handling cruise and local passengers, cruise passengers, breakbulk cargo, etc.
- Additional cargoes include dry bulk, liquid bulk, military vessels, barges, and so on.
- Dedicated to expanding in-depth coverage of ports around the world
The Port Sidney Marina is a full-service port positioned in Greater Victoria. They are providing moorage to boats in size up to 138 ft.
- The Mill Bay Marine Group privately owns them.
- Equipped with over 300 slips floating concrete docks
- Provide a full complement of the entire service
The Port of Sept-Îles is a port operating company. They are one of the largest ports handling ore products.
- Characterized by its deep waters and 10-km wide rough semi-circular bay
- Accommodate the largest dry-bulk ships around the world
- Owns fourteen docks
Trois-Rivieres Port plays a vital role from regional, national up to international economic development, especially for major industrial sectors like agri-food, aluminum industry, and forestry.
- Conforms with the highest environmental standards and harmony with the community
- Accommodate 55 thousand trucks, 11 thousand railcars, and 250+ merchant and cruise ships per year
- Handling over 3,500,000 metric tonnes of traffic
The Port of Belledune is a deepwater port specializing in transportation services. It has a year-round cargo handling capacity.
- Main cargoes: breakbulk, bulk, project cargo, Ro-Ro, barge, liquid bulk
- Provide property management and short sea shipping
- Own world-class, state-of-the-art facilities
The Port Alberni is a deep seaport situated on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.
- One of the best areas for kayaking around the world
- Serves as a gateway for kayaking trips into Barkley Sound
Port Hawkesbury is a town positioned on the southwestern end of Cape Breton Island.
- The Port Hawkesbury is a major commercial and recreations center
- A transportation hub serves rail and highway ferries
This port is a marine transportation hub that connects both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Heavy industrial seaport, provide port services and other solutions
- Provide modern, well-maintained infrastructure
- Equipped with strong local workforce and cost advantages
This port connects Saguenay to Lac to Saint-Jean and the rest of the world. They own deepwater port facilities.
- Accommodate numbers of cruise ships per year
- Offer transshipment service with Lo-Lo and Ro-Ro type vessels
- The leading service includes maritime service, cruises, rail service, and industrial port zone
This port is the Western Canadian terminus of the St. Lawrence Seaway System. It is one of the most significant inland waterways around the world.
- Enable Western Canadian grain producers to access European markets
- Facilitates the movement of dimensional cargo to international markets
- Handled project cargo, general cargo efficiently
The Port of Stewart is a port operating company handling cargoes to all possible destinations.
- Committed to develop, manage, and operate the port responsibly
- Support various range of industries like mining and logging
- Export ore and logs to major ports
- Handling 50 thousand dwt ships
The Port Windsor is the most efficient deep-draft waterway in the world. This is positioned on the Gret Lakes/ St. Lawrence Seaway System.
- Own industrial and marine facilities
- 3rd-largest port in terms of shipment in Canada
- Principal cargoes include steel, petroleum, heavy-lift equipment, grain, etc.
- Handling 5.8 tonnes of cargoes
Victoria Harbour is a harbor, seaport, and seaplane airport serves as a cruise ship for tourists and visitors to the city and island.
- Owns and operate the marina, deep water, and upland holdings
- A shipbuilding and commercial fishing center
- Capable of handling Panamax-size vessels
The Port of Dalhousie is a privately-owned state-of-the-art port, one of the largest ports in Canada that conveniently access any other country.
- Own deepwater facilities
- Can serve large ocean-going carriers such as bulk and breakbulk
- Provide top of the line security
- Around 110,000 ft2 storage shed
The Port of Becancour is the largest fresh-water port in Canada, covers around 7,000 hectares.
- Own five berths and a roll-on/ roll-off ramp
- Equipped with liquid bulk terminal linked to the quay through pipelines
- The port facilities are managed and maintained by Societe du Parc Industrial et Portuaire de Becancou
Port of Churchill., a privately-owned port situated on the Hudson Bay in Churchill.
- It consists of four deep-sea berths handle Panamax-size vessels
- Load and unload general cargo, grain, bulk commodities, and tanker vessel
- Started supplying cargo to ships in 2019
The Port of Springdale is a seaport positioned on the N coast of Newfoundland located in Lower Cove.
- Own public wharf for trim and general oil cargoes
- Navigation season starts from April to January
- Draught 10.0m is its maximum size
The Port of Kitimat ranked as the 3rd-largest port situated on the head of Douglas Channel. This is a privately-owned port founded in 1954.
- Mainly involved in exporting petrochemicals, aluminum, and paper
- Handled more than one million cargo per year
- Load line zone: Summer; Max size: Max draught 11.28m.
Squamish Terminal is situated at the north end of Howe Sound. They are operating as a deepwater breakbulk terminal.
- Own intermodal transportation infrastructure, two berths, and three warehouses
- Specializes in handling equipment and cargo bound any areas
The Port of Bamberton is a tiny size seaport, covers an area of 28 hectares.
- The port type is a pier, jetty, or wharf.
- Caro pier depth and oil terminal depth: 7.1m – 9.1m
Crofton Port, a seaport with over 500 ft in the length of max. Vessel size. Its cargo pier measures 36-40 feet, 11- 12.2 meters.
- A small size harbor
- Serving passenger, cargo, vessels, and more
The Port of Cowichan Bay is situated 60kms north of Victoria, British Columbia.
- Specializing in terminal and stevedoring service
- Offer the highest efficiency and forest-related products handling service
- Over 70 years of experience in moving forestry products
The Comox Harbor is positioned on the East Coast of Vancouver Island, Canada. They are providing shelter for ships.
- Home sizeable commercial fishing fleet and number of pleasure craft
- Popular as Comox Fisherman’s Wharf
The Port of Marathon is sited on the north shore of Lake Superior, in Thunder Bay District.
- A small-type port comes with a pier, jetty, or wharf.
- Owns excellent indoor recreation facilities