We are with you
We are a local organization managed and run by you—the people of Sept-Îles. People who take pride in supporting each other, people who give us purpose. Like you, and with you, we work hard every day to maintain and improve our city’s economic vitality; to give our families healthier, more fulfilling lives; and to create opportunities to come together, enjoy our surroundings and each other, and strengthen our shared sense of identity. We are with you.
Our people, our roots
We are more than an international port: We are a local organization managed and run by locals. As we welcome ships from around the world, our eyes remain firmly fixed on Sept-Îles—place of our people, place of our roots. Eyes filled with awe at the rich natural world that surrounds us, eyes filled with care and compassion for our fine bay, eyes filled with admiration for a community that has always been united by the sea, eyes filled with vision for an ever-better future for our families. Take a look through those eyes at the unique city the Port proudly calls home!
Every year we support community organizations that help our people lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. And we’re always finding new and inventive ways to brighten their lives and show just how proud and happy we are to live in Sept-Îles. Since the Port became an independent local organization in 1999, we have invested more than $1.5 million in our community, not to mention volunteering our time and following through on our commitments in other ways.
Old Post skating rink
Release of Pointe aux Basques beer
Invested in the local community since 1999
We are with you in supporting the families of Sept-Îles and the organizations working to improve their well-being. Our community engagement may take the form of a financial donation or our team members’ participation in your fundraising and outreach efforts. Tell us what you need: We’re listening.
At the Sept-Îles Marina building, tourists and residents can admire the Hermel, the rowboat Mylène Paquette used to undertake a 129-day solo crossing of the North Atlantic Ocean in 2013. A true tour de force!
We are committed to cultivating a strong, reciprocal relationship with our community that’s based on transparency and collaboration. Want to make a suggestion? Voice a complaint? Contact us online or by phone at 418-968-1231. We take your concerns very seriously and promise to get back to you promptly.
Every suggestion and complaint is reviewed and discussed internally because we’re committed to finding solutions to issues raised by our community members.
Call our 24/7 emergency number right away to report any hazard or incident that could pose a threat to the environment, public health or Port safety.
We believe in the power of
The economic vitality of Sept-Îles and our Port’s international profile depend on the dedication and expertise of the local organizations we work closely with every day.