Dredging planned for Montreal, St. Lawrence channel

June 1996
Traffic World;6/17/96, Vol. 246 Issue 12, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that the Canadian Coast Guard and the Port of Montreal in Canada have prepared a plan for dredging shallow spots in the St. Lawrence shipping channel between Montreal and Quebec City. Result of the environmental impact assessment of the plan.


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