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COVID-19 Information

The health and safety of employees and passengers is our top priority. 

PHAC and CBSA are the lead government agencies responding at Canada's airports and ports are the best source of up to date information on COVID-19.

Like all Canadian Ports, the Port of Toronto is closely following Transport Canada guidelines for keeping employees and the marine community safe while moving goods safely and efficiently through our port.

Billy Bishop Airport remains open and operational to ensure access for services such as Ornge emergency medevac. Porter Airlines and Air Canada have temporarily suspended commercial operations at Billy Bishop Airport in order to support the need to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 spread. Please check with the airlines to manage any travel arrangements currently booked for this time.

The complimentary shuttle bus between Billy Bishop Airport and Union Station has ceased operation until further notice. Signage has been put in place at all stops to advise passengers.

Until further notice, the airport ferry will reduce its operating hours. Updated hours are available here.

 

The 50th Anniversary of Warehouse 52 in the Port of Toronto

This fall, the Port of Toronto marked the 50th anniversary of Warehouse 52 (W52), which was officially opened on September 17, 1970.

The St. Lawrence Seaway, constructed in the mid-to late 1950s, provided a new, direct link to the Atlantic Ocean via a system of locks and canals, giving rise to a revolution in Great Lakes shipping. In response, the Port of Toronto built the $2.5 million dollar W52 distribution centre, which boasted 126,000 square feet of air-conditioned storage and office space, including dry storage, freezer rooms and a cooler room. 

Today, in addition to serving as a storage facility for various cargo, including steel cables and rebar as well as other weather-sensitive equipment and materials, the W52 building has a range of uses. Further to providing office space for Logistec, responsible for cargo management within the port, and Studio City Scaffolding, a company that supplies materials for Toronto’s booming film and television production industry, W52 also houses PortsToronto’s extensive archives, a collection of some 30,000 images and records documenting more than 100 years of waterfront development in Toronto.
 

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Ship Channel Bridge to Undergo Required Inspection between November 16 and 18 

Delays are expected during the inspection period and bridge users are encouraged to plan alternate routes to reach areas south of the Ship Channel

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Final Stages of PortsToronto Project to Revitalize Eireann Quay Roadway to Culminate in Overnight Paving September 27-28

As part of a PortsToronto project to revitalize Eireann Quay and improve vehicle and pedestrian circulation in the vicinity of Billy Bishop Airport, final asphalt resurfacing of the Eireann Quay roadway will take place overnight, between 7:00 p.m. Sunday, September 27 and 7:00 a.m. on Monday, September 28. PortsToronto will be conducting this work overnight in order to maximize efficiency by leveraging the significant reduction of vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic in the area. Throughout this final phase of the project, efforts will be made to mitigate resulting noise. Vehicle access to the Billy Bishop Airport ferry terminal will be maintained.

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Update: Ship Channel Bridge to Re-Open Both Lanes of Vehicle Traffic Following Successful Completion of Repairs

East pedestrian sidewalk will remain under construction until approximately September 18. 

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