Québec Terminal Named for Port President

Monday, January 03, 2011

The Quebec Port Authority (QPA) has decided to pay tribute to the professional and personal dedication of its president and CEO by naming the building commonly referred to as the Port of Québec Cruise Terminal the Ross Gaudreault Cruise Terminal.

“I am delighted by this show of appreciation for the efforts that my team and I put into developing the Port over the past 20 years. I am proud of our achievements and honoured to be so recognized,” declared Ross Gaudreault, outgoing President and CEO of the Port of Québec, who is embarking on a well-deserved retirement.

“Ross Gaudreault is truly worthy of this honour. The terminal was his project and his dream. He won over his opponents and rallied the citizens of Québec City to make it happen. Over 500,000 passengers later, I think the time has come to congratulate him on a job more than well done,” stated Marcel Labrecque, Executive Vice President of the Port of Québec.

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