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Ongoing Canadian Seaway Labor Negotiations

The Canadian Seaway is currently in contract negotiations with its unionized employees.  The U.S. Seaway is following this situatThe Canadian Seaway is currently in contract negotiations with its unionized employees. 
 
The U.S. Seaway is following this situation closely, and we are prepared for all contingencies that would affect Seaway operations.on closely, and we are prepared for all contingencies that would affect Seaway operations.
 
 

Seaway Compass, Fall 2014

The Fall 2014 edition of the Seaway Compass includes:

  • Administrator Betty Sutton's Column: "Year of Action - Gaining Traction"
  • Guest Paul Toth's Guest Column: "Midwest and Great Lakes Region Re-emerging as an Important Driver of U.S. Economy"
  • The Pearl Mist on her Maiden Voyage
  • Seaway Included in Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC) Pilot Program
  • SLSDC Participates in 2014 Boom Deployment Exercise
  • And much more!

Seaway Compass, Fall 2013

The Fall 2013 edition of the Seaway Compass includes:
•An update from Administrator Betty Sutton
•A guest column from Mark Barker, President of the Interlake-Steamship Company
•Information about the U.S. Department of Transportation's TIGER V Infrastructure Grants
•Information about the Port of Milwaukee's Pacesetter Award
•And much more!
 

Seaway Compass, Winter 2014

The Winter 2014 edition of the Seaway Compass includes:

  • An update from Administrator Betty Sutton
  • A guest column from William D. Freidman, President and CEO of the Port of Cleveland
  • Information about the SLSDC's 50th Clean Financial Audit
  • Information about SLSDC Deputy Administrator's recognition from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • And much more!
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