Maritime Magazine, serving a vital niche market, is a privately-owned, Canadian bilingual (English and French) quarterly trade magazine, now in its 23rd year, strongly focuses on maritime/multimodal/Logistics developments in the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence region, the Canadian Atlantic and Pacific Coast trades as well as the evolution of Arctic shipping.
In each edition there are three columns by veteran journalists/correspondents: "Pacific Horizons" (Colin Laughlan - Vancouver), "Atlantic Horizons" (Tom Peters - Halifax) and "Europe Horizons" (Bruce Barnard – United Kingdom) covering a subject of direct interest to stakeholders involved in those strategic markets.
Editor Leo Ryan, a highly-respected shipping, transportation and trade correspondent recognized in Canada and overseas, heads an editorial team with timely features and news stories within the context of an analytical and journalistic approach.
The magazine has an international targeted readership of decision makers, notably in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, plus a newsstand distribution displayed with overseas maritime magazines at selected outlets across Canada.