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You may notice a few changes to this website and signage around the city, and we’re thrilled to share the news!

On January 19, The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) rebranded itself as PortsToronto. The new name and branding strategy is intended to better communicate what PortsToronto is and does by connecting more directly with the consumer-facing businesses that are known and valued by Torontonians – Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, the Port of Toronto and the Outer Harbour Marina.

The tagline for the new brand is Making Connections which speaks to the role of PortsToronto in connecting Toronto to the world, whether it be welcoming travellers through the airport, shipping goods through the port, connecting the airport to the mainland through the pedestrian tunnel, or the connection made with one’s natural surroundings at the Outer Harbour Marina or the Leslie Street Spit, which is also managed by PortsToronto.

The PortsToronto brand builds on the organization’s history, while reflecting its current priorities grounded in customer/community service, innovation, modernization and collaboration.

Welcome to PortsToronto!


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Toronto Port Authority Rebrands as PortsToronto

New brand reinforces connection to consumer businesses and reflects new priorities
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Wetland Creation Project Begins at Leslie Street Spit

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ADVISORIES AND ALERTS

AVIS ET ALERTES

Maintenance Advisory
Jan. 28, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., the crane that was used for construction on the pedestrian tunnel will be removed from the mainland construction area. No impact on traffic/travel expected.
Elevator Disruption Advisory
The elevator at the mainland ferry terminal is out of service for maintenance. Ferry fees will be waived for vehicles transporting passengers with mobility challenges across to the airport.
 

PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICESAVIS PUBLICS


Two-Part Public Meeting (January 24 and 26) for PortsToronto’s Environmental Assessment of the Proposed Extension of Billy Bishop Airport Runway

PortsToronto is undertaking an environmental assessment of the proposed introduction of jet aircraft and extension of...
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