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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, and 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.

 

Grand Trees at the Outer Harbour Marina

Our very own Outer Harbour Marina was recently the happy recipient of a tree and shrub planting initiative coordinated through a partnership between PortsToronto, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Grand Trees - an organization founded by grandparents concerned about the effect of previous generations’ neglect of the environment on their children and grandchildren.

Trees and shrubs, important components of a healthy environment, can filter air and water, absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to slow the rate of climate change, release oxygen, and even control storm water and prevent flooding. Shrubs in particular, which flourish near the ground where the majority of bird and animal species live, can provide protective bridges and corridors for wildlife in urban areas where habitat is fragmented. Native trees and shrubs, along with the insects that co-evolved with them, play a vital role in urban biodiversity, providing habitat, food and protection for birds and wildlife.

On June 1, 600 native plants, including 15 coniferous trees, 85 deciduous trees and 500 shrubs, were planted at the Outer Harbour Marina as part of a broader effort to ensure Toronto’s waterfront assets provide a wildlife refuge and recreational opportunities for generations to come.

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Community Notices

Emergency Response Training Exercise to Take Place at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport June 19

Simulation will involve sirens and emergency personnel onsite that may be visible to the public. Related activities will test security procedures at the airport.

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PortsToronto to Install “Duckling Docks” to Address Concern for Drowning Ducklings in Toronto Harbour

In response to recent reports about a lack of resting places for ducklings along the waterfront, PortsToronto will be installing four “duckling docks” at water level at Portland, York, Yonge and Jarvis slips. The installation will begin tomorrow, June 18, 2021, in the early afternoon.

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Registration Now Open for PortsToronto Annual General Meeting

The meeting will be held on June 14, 2021, and will begin at 9:30 a.m.

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