- Type: Great Lakes bulk freighter
- Displacement: 2,300 grt
- Dimensions: 251.7 x 44.0 x 20.8 ft.
- Machinery: twin screw diesel, 610 bhp = knots
- Builder: Atlantic Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Newport, Scotland, 1954
- Service: Built for Quebec and Ontario Transpsortation Co. Ltd., Montreal. The Chicago Tribune established a paper mill at Thorold, Ontario, on the Welland Canal, to assure a steady supply of newsprint, and a transportation department which became the Q&O. Vessels were needed to move pulp to Thorold from Shelter Bay and other ports on the St. Lawrence; newsprint went from there to Chicago by train.
Baie Comeau was renamed Joseph Medill Patterson in 1955, and later sold off the Great Lakes in 1967 to Shallow Draft Bulk Carriers Ltd., Nassau, for trade in the West Indies, and renamed Exuma Sound.