Sealift season brings Nunavut residents long awaited supplies
August 24, 2017 – APTN National News
New NEAS vessel delivers for arctic communities
August 2, 2017
NEAS 2016 Artic sealift season set to begin
July 04, 2016
NEAS Appoints sales & customer service rep for Kivalliq region
August 20, 2015 – Iqaluit, Kuujjuaq
Achievable marine infrastructure and other opportunities in Nunavut (Presentation)
April 16, 2015 Iqaluit
Building on success, NEAS readies for 2015 arctic sealift season
February 6, 2015 – Iqaluit
A new NEAS vessel, more NEAS Inuit training and employment
July 17, 2014 – Iqaluit
With new vessel, NEAS gears up for busiest year yet
July 11, 2014 – Nunatsiaq news
Calls grow louder for deep-sea port in Iqaluit as it becomes Arctic boom town
July 14, 2014 – CTV News
Arctic Marine Resupply: Solutions (Presentation)
January 30, 2014 – Ottawa
NEWS: Around the Arctic
January 30, 2014 – Nunatsiaq news
View the “AVATAQ” on MIGHTY SHIPS online at Discovery Channel.
January 22, 2014
Countdown to the “AVATAQ” on MIGHTY SHIPS
November 7, 2013
NEAS: The little marine transport company conquering the Arctic
October 14, 2013 – Canadian sailings magazine article
WISTA International Conference
October 4, 2013
Article published in Canadian Sailings magazine
August 5, 2013
NEAS improves cargo pick up for customers in Iqaluit
July 3, 2013
NEAS “Name the Ship” Winner Announced
April 19, 2013
Name the NEAS Ship Contest!
February 15, 2013
Marine Infrastructure / Deep Sea Port Iqaluit Trade Show
September 27, 2012
Reserve your space now with NEAS and enjoy the 2012 sealift
April 27, 2012
Le Plan Nord, une manne pour les ports (French article)
February 2, 2012 – Les affaires
Service fee to be scrapped
January 30, 2012 – Northern News Services
DFO to kill marine fee for Arctic-bound sealift
January 16, 2012 – Nunatsiaq news
Arctic Series: Business Goes North
November 25, 2011 – Claire Tremblay Ottawa Life Magazine
Arctic Shipping group NEAS announces corporate changes
November 4, 2011
Avataq in Toronto Star
6 September, 2011
Arctic has great riches, but greater challenges
Reuters August 2011
Congratulates the Government of Quebec on Plan Nord
August 29, 2011
Click and Win with NEAS
June 16, 2011
Forsaking the land for the open sea – for a while, anyway
December 4, 2010
2010 sealift season banner year
November 24th 2010
NEAS 2010 Freight Rates
March 26 2010, 2010 – Freight Rates release
Infrastructure Opportunities and Challenges before the Arctic Sealift
January 2010 – PowerPoint presentation delivered by Suzanne Paquin to the Northern Lights Conference 2010
Northern News Services Online
December 21, 2009 – The 2009 sealift was a year of firsts for Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping (NEAS)
December 2009 – Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping reports on successful 2009 arctic sealift season.
October 19, 2009 – Completes deliveries and says “Thank you.”
Factors and Challenges
Septeber 2009 – In Canada’s Arctic Supply Chains.
Historic commercial navigation of Northwest passage
August 29, 2009 – Northwest Passage navigation marks milestone achievement for Inuit enterprise and service improvements and savings for arctic sealift users
Supplying the North by Sea
July 30, 2009 – Gabriel Zarate from Northern News Services.
April 2009 – NEAS hires new Kivalliq representative.
NEAS Navigates Northwest Passage
April 2009 – Nunavut’s Kitikmeot region can now benefit from NEAS services.
Thru-Rate service from Winnipeg to Kivalliq
April 2009 – Thru-Rate service from Winnipeg to Kivalliq region of Nunavut via Valleyfield.
May 2008 – New Inuit owned Canadian vessel delivers hope for Arctic.
May 6, 2008 – Discussion on the existing and emerging challenges to providing shipping services in the North, with a focus on sustainable shipping, the evolving institutional and commercial milieu, and considering the physical and seasonal realities of shipping in northern waters.
March 2008 – Corporate presentation shows to the Kivalliq Chamber of Commerce.
March 2008 – New sealift services for Kivalliq communities from Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping.
May 2007 – NEAS partners invest in a new ship.