- Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System
Includes seaway lock system information, seasonal opening and closing dates, navigation regulations, Great Lakes maps and charts, St. Lawrence River news, and online transaction forms. In English and French.
- North American Vegetarian Society (NAVS)
Nonprofit educational organization dedicated to promoting the vegetarian way of life.
- Mexica Movement
Promotes the history, identity, and independent empowerment of the people of Mexican Indian heritage from a non-Eurocentric perspective. Provided by the Chicano Mexicano Mexica Empowerment Committee.
- Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
Corporation for the development of the Saint Lawrence Seaway connecting the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Includes a SLSDC handbook, annual reports and regulations information, employment opportunities, and Seaway Pacesetter Awards.
- Wikipedia: Saint Lawrence Seaway
Offers a hyperlinked profile of the Saint Lawrence Seaway, the system of canals that permits ocean-going vessels to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes as far as Lake Superior. Also includes information on the specific route, lock and channel dimensions, earlier canals, and related web resources.
- St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences
Environmental research center located in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. Established as a local community organization to educate and research the St. Lawrence River ecosystem.
- St. Lawrence River and Seaway
Features an overview of the St. Lawrence River and Seaway, with information about local education and research, publications, tourism, and related resources about the Great Lakes region.
- QuebecWeb: Saint Lawrence River
Explains the role of the Saint Lawrence River in Canada's and Quebec's history, as well as information about the tourism and geography of the Great Lakes region.
- Migrating Climates
The Union of Concerned Scientists Migrating Climates feature provides a dramatic way of visualizing the effects of climate projections by estimating where Ontario and selected Great Lakes states will have "moved" climatically over the next century.
- Great Canadian Rivers: The St. Lawrence River
Known simply as "Le Fleuve," the St. Lawrence River forms a natural pathway to the lakes of Ontario, Erie, Huron, Michigan, and Superior. Also includes other facts and details about the seaway along the Canadian border.
- Safe Passage: Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence
Thematic web tour of the St. Lawrence River, featuring symbols of romance on the sea, movie clips, and historical imagery from the construction of the Seaway. From the Mus?e McCord Museum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- St Lawrence River
Includes a detailed look at the river that joins Lake Ontario with the Atlantic Ocean in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Also features a St. Lawrence River and Quebec waterways cruising guide.
- Reference.com: Saint Lawrence River
Encyclopedia entry for the Saint Lawrence River, a large west-to-east flowing river forming part of the border of Ontario, Canada and New York in the United States. Also features information about the St. Lawrence Seaway's multiple names.
- St. Lawrence Seaway: Gateway to the World
Follow an animated timeline of the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway, or watch archived CBC footage of former Canadian Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada in 1954.