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PortsToronto Receives Healthy Rivers and Shorelines Impact Award at 26th annual Living City Environmental Dinner

On November 7th, at the 26th annual Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) Living City Environmental Dinner, PortsToronto was announced as the recipient of the Living City Impact Award in the Healthy Rivers & Shorelines category for its efforts to keep Toronto’s harbour and waterfront clean.
 
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PortsToronto’s Sustainability Committee, comprised of staff from each of the organization’s business units, was honoured to accept the award—which recognizes the positive impact of ideas brought forward by committee members over the years, including PortsToronto’s Seabin Pilot Project and organic food waste composting program.
 
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The Living City Impact Awards recognize individuals and organizations that are helping to enrich communities in the TRCA’s jurisdiction and advance the TRCA’s Living City vision. In this vein, PortsToronto has provided meaningful support, along with its waterfront partners, to initiatives such as the annual Clean Water Our Future shoreline cleanup event, which, in 2019, resulted in the removal of 15 tons of debris, including discarded lawn mowers, bicycles and refrigerators from the waters of Lake Ontario.
 
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Through the Seabin Pilot Project, now in effect at the Outer Harbour Marina and at Pier 6 on the city’s waterfront, PortsToronto aims to reduce floating debris and waste in the Toronto Harbour while helping facilitate research and waste literacy initiatives in partnership with the University of Toronto Trash Team, led by Dr. Chelsea Rochman.
 

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NAV CANADA Airspace Enhancements Coming to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

Starting December 5, 2019, NAV CANADA, in collaboration with PortsToronto, will implement enhanced arrival procedures for aircraft operators at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. New arrival procedures will improve airborne traffic flow while reducing flying time, fuel burn, greenhouse gas emissions and community noise exposure.

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Emergency Response Training Exercise to Take Place at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport the evening of October 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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Airfield Maintenance Work Begins at Billy Bishop Airport

Scheduled maintenance work on the airfield at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport has begun as part of the Billy Bishop Airfield Rehabilitation Program. The remaining project work, which includes milling and paving a few small areas of the airfield, will take place during night-time hours when the airport is closed to commercial aircraft operations and is scheduled to be completed mid-November.

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