The history of the Desgagnés Shipping Company
From the early years of delivering goods along the St. Lawrence River on a schooner in 1866 to today, delivering worldwide with a fleet of state-of-the-art cargo ships— the Desgagnés name has been relied upon for the delivery of essential supplies to hard-to-reach places.
Meet Canada's youngest first mate
At 25 years old, Guillaume Rosso was already an experienced hand on Canada's Arctic cargo ships
Infographic: Loading a Cargo Ship
The Taïga Desgagnés carries everything from diapers to dump trucks to Northern communities.
The extreme challenge of unloading cargo in the High Arctic
Each cargo ship in the Desgagnés fleet is self-sufficient, prepared to craft their own loading dock in each port along Canada’s most remote shorelines.
The sealift is a critical part of survival in remote Arctic communities
100,000 tonnes of cargo, 40 remote communities, one frontline delivery person
The awesome power of Arctic icebreakers
Infographic: Extreme Features of an Arctic Sea Voyage
Wind, ice, brutal storms—shipping in the Arctic means fighting the elements