The Saint Lawrence Seaway is a system of locks, canals and channels in
Canada and the United States that permit ocean-going vessels to travel from the
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The St. Lawrence Seaway opened to navigation in 1959. Construction of the 189-
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Saint Lawrence Seaway, international waterway, 2,342 mi (3,769 km) long,
consisting of a system of canals, dams, and locks in the St. Lawrence River and ...
The St. Lawrence Seaway, a massive navigational project undertaken jointly by
Canada and the United States and completed in 1959, opened North America's ...
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St. Lawrence Seaway definition, a series of channels, locks, and canals between
Montreal and the mouth of Lake Ontario, a distance of 182 miles (293 km), ...