Welcome to CLIA - North West & Canada

Cruise Lines International Association – North West & Canada (CLIA-NWC) 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

Has the cruise industry outgrown Vancouver?

Has the cruise industry outgrown Vancouver?

This Saturday, and on several other occasions throughout the 2017 Alaska Cruise season, three large ships will converge at Canada Place cruise ship terminal bringing as many as 14,000 guests in a single day to start or finish their cruise vacation. These three ship-days reveal that the 30-year old Canada Place was never designed to handle the ships and guest volumes that are commonplace today.

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Cruise ship industry contributes $3.2 billion to the Canadian economy in 2016

Cruise ship industry contributes $3.2 billion to the Canadian economy in 2016

Cruise ships, together with their passengers and crew, make a significant annual contribution to the Canadian economy. Cruise industry spending is increasing at a healthy rate in all three of Canada’s major coastal cruise regions – BC, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. 

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Port Saint John cruise season 2017 schedule announced

Port Saint John cruise season 2017 schedule announced

Cruise activity via Port Saint John represents a $25 million annual boost to New Brunswick’s economy.

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