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Canadian Boating Industry Applauds Call to Review Counter-Tariffs’ Impact

The Government of Ontario recently called for the federal government to review and re-consider the unintended, adverse impacts of Canada’s counter-tariffs on the Canadian boating sector. NMMA Canada and Boating Ontario applauded the move, calling the government’s acknowledgment a clear indication of recreational boating’s significant economic impact in Ontario and the entire country. In response, Sara Anghel, president of NMMA ...

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NMMA Canada names 2019 Hall of Fame inductee

NMMA Canada announced the induction of Brock Elliott, retired president of Campion Marine, into the NMMA Hall of Fame. Elliott’s contributions and achievements to the recreational boating industry were recognized this morning during NMMA Canada’s Recreational Boating Industry Breakfast at the Toronto International Boat Show at the Beanfield Centre, where he was presented with the 2019 NMMA Hall of Fame Award. ...

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At the helm: Fiberglass vessel recycling needs more industry support

Every year in the U.S. an increasing number of recreational fiberglass boats reach their end of life without a sustainable option for disposal.  Some will be crushed and buried in landfills, where they will persist for many years, while others may be abandoned by their owners on land or in coastal areas where they can potentially harm the marine environment. ...

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NMMA Canada calls for 2019 Hall of Fame nominations

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 NMMA Canada Hall of Fame. Inductees in the NMMA Canada Hall of Fame include those who have, or those who continue to, generate substantial and lasting contributions toward the advancement of the marine industry.  The due date for nominations is Oct. 17. The 2019 NMMA Canada Hall of Fame inductee will be ...

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Trade organizations urge governments to resolve remaining NAFTA differences

Preserving a strong trilateral agreement is essential to tens of thousands of marine manufacturing businesses in North America and a top National Marine Manufacturers Association priority. Last Friday, U. S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer’s notified Congress that the Trump Administration plans to proceed on revising the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with or without Canada. “This announcement is a ...

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