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Port of Toronto Has Another Record-Breaking Year Moving 2.2 Million Metric Tonnes of Cargo

The year 2018 proved to be another strong one for the Port of Toronto as 2,179,795 metric tonnes of cargo transited through the Port on 178 ships, surpassing the record-breaking year experienced in 2017, and marking the third in the last five years that the Port of Toronto has moved in excess of 2 million metric tonnes of cargo.
Marine imports including sugar, road salt, cement, aggregate and steel were brought directly into the heart of Toronto throughout the course of the year, confirming the Port’s position as a vital part of Toronto’s economic infrastructure. In 2018, the Port of Toronto also saw the highest level of steel product moved through the port in twenty years, totalling 69,281 metric tonnes of rebar, merchant steel, steel plate and coils.

The 2018 cruise ship season welcomed 17 cruise ships carrying approximately 6,000 passengers to the Port of Toronto, highlighting the ever-growing Great Lakes cruise ship business and the role it plays in contributing to Toronto’s booming tourism industry. This number is expected to more than double this year with 35 cruise ships scheduled to visit Toronto as a port of call in the summer and fall of 2019.

The Port of Toronto was also pleased to welcome Cinespace – the largest private owner, operator and developer of studios for film, television and digital media production in North America – to the Port of Toronto in 2018. Cinespace has leased Marine Terminal 51 and part of the Cruise Ship Terminal on a long-term lease to offer production offices and studio space to content creators. In February 2019, it was announced that media giant Netflix will use this space as part of its Toronto production hub that will bring thousands in jobs and revenue to the city.

Read more about the Port of Toronto’s 2018 tonnage here.
 

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Change to Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) Fleet Used by NAV CANADA at Billy Bishop Airport Coming into Effect June 2019

In March 2019, NAV CANADA will retire the only turboprop aircraft from its Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) fleet, which undertakes routine flight inspections two to three times per year at over 130 airports in Canada, including Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

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Ice and Cold Water Emergency Response Training Exercise to Take Place on Toronto Islands February 11

From approximately 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Monday, February 11, 2019, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Fire Department will conduct an ice and cold water rescue training session on the Toronto Islands

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Tariff Notice

Pursuant to Section 51 of the Canada Marine Act, notice is given that, effective April 15, 2019, the Port of Toronto will:
 
  • Increase its fees by four per cent;
  • Increase its cargo dues by five per cent; and,
  • Increase the Long Term Berthage rate for vessels over 100 metres to $0.49 per metre per 24 hours.
 

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Billy Bishop Airport Voted One of World’s Most Scenic Airport Landings for Fifth Straight Year
YTZ Tops Global Poll for Breathtaking Views of Toronto’s Iconic Skyline

We are pleased to announce that Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport has once again made PrivateFly’s top ten list for Most Scenic Airport Approaches in the world. Billy Bishop Airport ranked eighth among 129 airports worldwide, representing the fifth consecutive year that Toronto’s city airport has made the coveted top ten global list.

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PortsToronto Presents Fourth Annual Sustainability Report
PortsToronto is proud to present its fourth annual Sustainability Report, which details progress in the priority areas that define sustainability for the organization, including environmental stewardship, community engagement and economic performance. This year’s report also includes a fourth priority area—People and Culture—which speaks to PortsToronto’s commitment to health and safety in the workplace.

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