The place of innovation
in Montreal’s supply chain
is the focus of a new video clip
The Montreal Port Authority is releasing a new video clip as part of its series to raise awareness of the Port’s impact on the regional and national economy. Bringing together several stakeholders from the business community, the clip focuses on a key element of the marine industry’s vision for the future: innovation, a tool for sustainable development, flow and efficient port operations.
Check out the clip here.
Watch the first clip in the series on the theme of economic impact here.
Watch the second clip on the theme of collaboration here.
The Port of Montreal supports a project
to protect Purple Martin colonies
Photo : Good Free Photos
The Port of Montreal is proud to support a project to protect Purple Martins, the largest North American swallow, whose population in Quebec fell ninety percent between 1970 and 2014.
Piloted by the Jacques-Cartier ZIP committee, the project consists of installing four nesting boxes on the Thailhandier flats and monitoring the success of the nesting process. The nesting boxes will be located in the species’ migratory corridor and will be located adjacent to Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville, where populations of flying insects are abundant. This project will accommodate a total of eighty breeding pairs annually. Eight islands in the Boucherville Islands archipelago are administered by the Montreal Port Authority.
The Port of Montreal has been supporting the Jacques-Cartier ZIP Committee in its endeavours since 2009. It contributes financially to various projects, mainly through the St. Lawrence Action Fund. To learn more about other collaborative projects, read the article in Logbook e-magazine here.