The Port of Trois-Rivières is celebrating its 140th anniversary this year. In 1881, the Trois-Rivières Chamber of Commerce was founded to represent the voice of the Trois-Rivières business community to the federal government in order to convince it to create the Trois-Rivières Harbour Commission, the forerunner of the current port authority.

On May 17, 1882, the Harbour Commission was created and its mission was to modernize the port’s facilities, integrate them to the railway network and thus stimulate the region’s economy.

Are you interested in the history of the Port of Trois-Rivières? Consult our About the Port section to learn more about it!

140th anniversary press release


« Hommage au Saint-Laurent » Exhibition

Until January 2024
Pierre-Boucher Museum

This collection of 100 works on canvas as well as thirty sketches and stencils was created by a group of artists including Gérard Boulanger, Yvon Lemieux, Raymond Quenneville, Robert Roy and Yvon St-Aubin.

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Open House Day

September 17th 2022
Port of Trois-Rivières

Visit the port facilities and meet with representatives of companies working in the port.

Greening of the Port Facilities

140 trees and shrubs!

The environment being at the heart of our daily actions, every year a budget is dedicated to greening the Port, but this year we are going one step further and 140 trees and shrubs will be planted.

A Port proud of its urbanity

Information pods

Discover six video vignettes that will allow you to learn more about the Port of Trois-Rivières, its particularities and the actors of the port community.

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More surprises await you later this year!

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