The Independent Marine Ports Association of Atlantic Canada (IMPAC) is made up of diverse representation of divested ports located throughout the region. The ports are diverse in terms of timing of divesture, lines of business, capital infrastructure requirements and capital availability, and the communities in which they are located. What they have in common is the positive economic impact the ports have on Atlantic Canada, with their established infrastructure and their ‘open for business’ attitudes, and their role in providing a more environmentally friendly transportation system.
Today the IMPAC Association is made up of 14 Atlantic Canadian ports including four from Newfoundland and Labrador, five from Nova Scotia, three from Prince Edward Island and two from New Brunswick. These ports along with our Associate Members strive to bring greater economic independence to the greater Atlantic area.