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Crosslake Fibre

On August 24, PortsToronto was pleased to host Crosslake Fibre as they celebrated the completion of a submarine fibre optic cable bridging Lake Ontario between Toronto and Buffalo, New York. While submarine cables have existed for hundreds of years, and dozens run across our oceans, Crosslake Fibre’s project is a first in the Great Lakes and provides critical telecommunications infrastructure for our region.

The C.S. IT Intrepid, an ocean-going cable-laying ship, installed the 60km, 96 fibre-pair cable using a four-metre high tethered plough to bury the cable into the lakebed at an average depth of one metre and a maximum water depth of 142 metres at its deepest point.
 

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PortsToronto to Begin Project to Remove Crumbling East Gap Pier on September 10, 2018

PortsToronto will begin removing the dilapidated pier in the East Gap harbour entrance from September 10 to October 31, 2018. The construction schedule will be Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Although PortsToronto does not own the East Gap Pier, which was built by Public Works (federal government) in the 1890s, it is undertaking the project to ensure a safe and navigable harbour. The project has been approved by Transport Canada (Navigation Protection Act and Port Authorities Operations Regulations), the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (Endangered Species Act), and reviewed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (Fisheries Act and Species at Risk Act).

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Phase Two of Geo-technical Investigations (Drilling of Boreholes) Begin at Billy Bishop Airport on September 7 as Part of Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan

As part of the first phase of the City of Toronto’s Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan, PortsToronto will begin phase two of geo-technical investigations (drilling of boreholes) in the vicinity of Eireann Quay south of Queens Quay.

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Canadian International Air Show Notice of Harbour Closures

Please be advised that the Western Channel of the Toronto Harbour will be closed to marine traffic for the 2018 Canadian International Air Show. Additionally, no watercraft will be allowed at Hanlan’s Point Beach during the Air Show.

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