Welcome to Cruise Lines International Association - North West & Canada

Cruise Lines International Association – North West & Canada (CLIA-NWC), formerly known as the North West & Canada Cruise Association, is a non-profit association representing the major cruise lines that operate in the Pacific Northwest (British Columbia, Washington State, Alaska & Hawaii) and in Atlantic Canada and Quebec.

It was established in 1986 to develop strong partnerships with the communities in which its member lines are based and where they visit.

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Highlights

Record-breaking Passenger Numbers at Port of Québec

Record-breaking Passenger Numbers at Port of Québec

For the third consecutive year, the Port of Québec broke its own record by welcoming 180,836 passengers, compared to 162,000 passengers in 2013. This year, Québec welcomed its one millionth passenger since the construction of the Ross Gaudreault Cruise Terminal in 2002.

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An excellent 2014 season and a very promising 2015 for Montréal

An excellent 2014 season and a very promising 2015 for Montréal

The Montréal 2014 cruise season opened on May 17 and ended November 11, making it the city's longest cruise season to date. In total, 71,044 passengers and crew members transited through the cruise terminal this year.

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St. John’s Leads Newfoundland and Labrador Region

St. John’s Leads Newfoundland and Labrador Region

The Cruise Association of Newfoundland and Labrador has announced its 2014 season statistics, with 69 port calls to 26 ports, among 17 cruise lines and 20 ships.

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